Province of British Columbia COVID 19 Response

COHV Updates :Links & Information
Covid-19 Federal Resources:Covid-19 Canada
Covid 19 Provincial Resources: Covid-19 BC
Business Resources: Covid-19 Business Support
Staff Resources: Covid-19 Employee Support
Dealership Sales: Open , masks recommended.
Dealership Service: Open , masks recommended.
On Road Riding: Permitted
Off Road Riding: Permitted
Competition Facilities & Race TracksOpen with 50% spectator capacity.
Additional InformationBC Retailer

July 7, 2021

BC removes most province wide restrictions. Details here.

April 4, 2021

  • Establish capacity limits based on 5 square metres of unencumbered space per person
  • Post occupancy limits
  • Where practical, post directional signs to keep people moving in the same direction and not congregating
  • PPE required for staff and customers.

June 26, 2020

British Columbia – Premier John Horgan yesterday announced that the province is moving to Phase 3 of BC’s Restart Plan immediately. The new phase gives the go-ahead for accommodation services, BC Parks overnight camping, movie and television production, and in-person classes for K-12 and post-secondary. The  government also introduced the Economic Stabilization Act in the Legislature, bringing the BC Emergency Benefit for Workers into law and backdating the eligibility date to March 1, 2020. The legislation also confirms many of the previously announced supports from the COVID-19 Action Plan. Horgan’s government also introduced the COVID-19 Related Measures Act, legislation that allows for the provisions created in response to the pandemic to be formalized and unwound once the province’s State of Emergency ends. That said, the State of Emergency was extended yesterday for the eighth time, now until July 7.

From CBC June 20/2020


While the province hasn’t implemented border checkpoints, the government is still asking residents to avoid non-essential travel over the B.C.-Alberta border.

The B.C. government website does note, however, that Highway 77 is closed in both directions at Petitot River Bridge (4 km south of the border between British Columbia and the Northwest Territories). The road is closed to non-essential travel.

For travellers heading into Yukon via Highway 97 or Highway 37, crossings are limited to essential travel only. 

Non-essential travel is prohibited into Haida Gwaii, a collection of 150 islands about 90 kilometres west of British Columbia’s north coast.