Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan Update - Phase 4
Now that we are near the end of Phase 4 of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, a number of restrictions have been lifted.
The following updates are included in Part 2 of Phase 4 of the Re-Opening Plan:
As of July 6th
- Indoor pools, indoor rinks, indoor sports and activities, and the performing arts (including music, dance and theatre) have re-opened.
- The seating capacity for restaurants and licensed establishments has also increased.
- Video lottery terminals (VLTs), pool tables, dart boards, arcade games and other recreation areas re-open, though physical distancing must be maintained and increased cleaning and disinfection will also be required.
On July 9th
- Casinos and bingo halls are able to re-open.
On July 16th
- Live entertainment is expected to return.
- The allowable size of indoor gatherings will increase to 30 people.
Part 1 of Phase 4 already included the following changes:
- Child and youth day camps can begin.
- Outdoor pools and spray parks have opened.
- Seasonal/recreational outdoor sports and activities are allowed.
- Libraries, museums, galleries and movie theatres have re-opened.
Starting August 4th
- The Office of Residential Tenancies and the province will lift the ban on evictions for non-payment of rent. Landlords will be able to evict tenants for not paying their rent. Read the article in CTV news explaining this here.
Find the most up-to-date version of the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan at