Does this bylaw apply in Hotels and other forms of accommodation?

Yes, similar to no-smoking legislation, any publicly accessible space, even on private property, requires masks to be worn by everyone not exempt under the bylaw, or staff in private spaces where they cannot maintain physical distancing requirements. Examples of publicly accessible spaces in hotels and other accommodations include lobbies, elevators, meeting rooms or other common use facilities. Masks are not required to be worn by guests within their own private rooms within hotels or accommodations.

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1. How do people eat or drink while wearing a mask?
2. What about my toddler?
3. How is it enforced?
4. Who is exempt from this bylaw? Do they have to show proof of exemption?
5. Are businesses in the Town of Banff enforcing this bylaw?
6. Do businesses have to provide masks to customers?
7. Where do businesses get the required poster for their door/window/entrance?
8. Does this bylaw apply in Hotels and other forms of accommodation?
9. What is considered an enclosed public space?
10. Does this apply to Roam Transit and Taxis?
11. Are some of the masks that were provided by the Government of Alberta to the Town of Banff available for use by Banff businesses?
12. Where can residents get more masks from the Town?
13. Will Municipal Enforcement staff ticket people for not wearing a mask in the mandated areas?
14. Where can I buy masks in Banff?
15. Where can I dispose of masks safely in Banff?
16. What kind of mask is appropriate under this bylaw?
17. Are masks required while hiking, camping or recreating in Banff National Park?
18. Are masks required even when physical distancing can be achieved?