Given the various and changing provincial guidelines regarding vaccinations and face coverings, Climbing Escalade Canada (CEC) wishes to provide clear guidelines for our climbing community as it relates to upcoming CEC-sanctioned events. We believe the following policy is necessary to provide the safest possible environment for everyone who participates in our events.
As of September 14, 2021, CEC requires that all attendees (athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, spectators, events staff, etc.) aged 12 and older at any CEC-Sanctioned events be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This applies to the 2021 North American Cup Series Events and the 2021-2022 CEC Competition Series, regardless of location, until further notice.
Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 means having received 2 shots of an approved vaccine, more than 14 days prior to the event. Proof of Vaccination will be required during the CEC verification process, which will be communicated to registered participants.
Exemptions will only be considered for medical reasons or other grounds recognized by the relevant Provincial Health Authority and the Canadian Human Rights Act.
As of September 14, 2021, CEC requires that all attendees (athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, spectators, events staff, etc.) aged 2 and older at CEC-Sanctioned events wear an approved face covering while attending the event. Athletes will be allowed to remove their face covering while climbing only if accepted by provincial guidelines. This will be announced on a case-by-case basis for each event.
An approved mask or face covering is one that completely covers your nose, mouth, and chin.
Exemptions will only be considered for medical grounds or other grounds recognized by Provincial Health Authorities and the Canadian Human Rights Act.
If you have any questions regarding this statement, or should you wish to apply for an exemption, please contact CEC’s Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Where to get your Proof of Vaccination if you are a resident of:
Official vaccine records are available on MyHealth Records: https://myhealth.alberta.ca/myhealthrecords
Manitoba is now offering an immunization card for people who are fully immunized.
Request your immunization card here: https://manitoba.ca/covid19/vaccine/immunizationrecord/residents.html
Residents of Newfoundland and Labrador who have received the COVID-19 vaccine can access their COVID-19 vaccination record online.
View your vaccination record: https://healthenl.ca/concerto/nlchi/covid19immunizations
The paper Record of COVID-19 Immunization provided from Vaccination Clinics and Community Pharmacies is and will continue to be your official record.
If you have lost your Record of COVID-19 Immunization and you require a replacement copy, provided you have an NB Medicare number, you may now view and print your Record of COVID-19 Immunization online through MyHealthNB.
If you get a COVID-19 vaccine in Nova Scotia, your COVID-19 vaccine receipt includes the date, time, location, type, brand and lot number of COVID-19 vaccine you received. Within Nova Scotia, your COVID-19 vaccine receipt shows proof of immunization.
You can also access your vaccine receipt by visiting Your COVID-19 Immunization Record: https://novascotia.flow.canimmunize.ca/en/portal
https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/app-home (if you received your dose(s) in ON)
https://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/publichealth/coronavirus/docs/vaccine/COVID-19_guidance_for_individuals_vaccinated_outside_of_ontario.pdf (if you received your dose(s) outside of ON)
Everyone who has received a COVID-19 vaccine in Prince Edward Island can access a copy of their immunization record
Access the COVID-19 Immunization Record Portal: https://pei.flow.canimmunize.ca/en/portal
In Québec, when you get vaccinated, you are given a proof of vaccination.
If you have not received the e-mail or text message, please visit the self-service portal to receive your proof of vaccination.
Saskatchewan residents who would like a record of their COVID-19 Vaccination Record now have access to a new one-page printable form from their MySaskHealthRecord (MSHR) account at eHealth Saskatchewan
When you go in for your 1st dose, the clinic staff will give you your COVID-19 immunization record. Remember to bring it with you when you go for your 2nd dose. It’s your personal COVID-19 vaccine immunization record, so remember to keep it somewhere safe.
To request your official health records showing your COVID-19 immunizations, please download, print, and fill out the Request to Access Covid-19 Immunization Record form: https://www.nthssa.ca/en/request-access-covid-19-immunization-record
Completed forms should be emailed to NTHSSA_covidvaxrecords@gov.nt.ca