What’s Open in Waterloo Region

Explore Waterloo Region Safely

Beginning April 8, 2021, a declaration of Emergency and a provincewide Stay-at-Home order is in effect in the Province of Ontario

What does that mean?

  1. The COVID-19 Response Framework (colour-coded zones) is paused.
  2. Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments are open for takeout, delivery and curbside pickup only.
  3. Non-essential retailers may open for curbside pickup and delivery only, by appointment.
  4. Supermarkets, convenience stores, indoor farmers’ markets and other stores that primarily sell food are open for in-person retail (50% capacity where two metres physical distancing can be maintained), curbside pick-up and delivery.
  5. Meeting and event spaces are closed.
  6. Sports and Recreation facilities are closed
  7. Attractions, museums and concert halls are closed.
  8. Indoor gatherings are not allowed, except with members of your household (or one other household if you live alone); outdoor gatherings are limited to 5 people

For more information on Ontario’s Covid-19 Response Framework, please check the Province of Ontario website

Explore Waterloo Region Safely

Waterloo Region businesses look forward to serving you online and via takeout and curbside pick up – safely! 

Please note: always stay home if you have symptoms, physically distance by staying two metres apart from people you don’t live with, wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces and avoid non-essential travel.

Please refer to individual business websites for need-to-know information and hours of operation. 

Wear a Mask – Respect Social Distancing – Be Kind 

Enjoy the Outdoors

Waterloo Region is full of wide-open spaces where you can explore and get some exercise safely. Discover new places as you walk, hike, wheel and even golf your way through the region! Remember to practice physical distancing, and wear a mask whenever physical distancing is a challenge.

Hit the Trails

Golf in Waterloo Region 

DTK Art Walk

Uptown Waterloo Hughes Lane Art Walk

ION Public Art