Winter League Updates

Sep. 27, 2021

Please see important Covid Restricted Access Information:

For Beaumont  Recreation Center

The City of Beaumont will continue to run the Provincial Restriction Exemption Program (REP). The program applies at all City recreation facilities, the BSRC, CCBCC, and the KNRRC.


At the end of last week, the Provincial Government made changes to the requirements of the Restriction Exemption Program (REP) for facilities / business operators, which have been updated on the following guidance document -


A significant change made that we want to ensure our user groups aware of, is under “Youth Activities & Youth Participation” - see below:

Youth Activities and Youth Participation

    • Youth participating in youth activities in a facility that is participating in REP are not required to be screened as part of the REP.
    • Parents who are required to support youth in their activities (e.g. parent and tot groups) would be required to follow REP requirements in order to attend.
    • Youth are subject to physical distancing at all other times when not engaged in the physical activity (e.g. locker rooms, common areas etc.)
    • Coaches, instructors, trainers, referees etc. for youth activities, who are 18 years or older, are subject to the public health measures or REP requirements in the facility.


This change now means that all individuals 18 years or older, even if for facilitating a youth activity, will require either a proof of vaccination, negative test result or medical note exemption from a doctor (For more information on the REP requirements please visit


Given that it is a Provincial Health mandate, the City of Beaumont will be putting this measures into effect at all indoor recreation facilities (BSRC, KNRRC, CCBCC) starting at 5 AM on Thursday September 30th.

Please visit for more information about the Restrictions Exemption Program at our facilities.


For the Tri Leisure Center in Spruce Grove

Updated information for the Tri Leisure Center


For the Leduc Recreation Center 

Note: Visitors under the age of 18 who are taking part in organized sport, recreation and performance bookings at City's facilities implementing the province's Restriction Exemption Program (e.g., Leduc Recreation Centre, Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts) are not required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination/negative test.

What does this mean when accessing the Leduc Recreation Centre:


  • Up until Oct. 24, one dose will be accepted if it was received 14 days prior to accessing the facility.
  • Starting Oct. 25, two doses will be required and it must have been administered on or before Oct. 11.
  • You will be greeted at the entrance where a Rec Check Table will be set up.
  • Please be prepared to provide proof of vaccination, medical exemption or a negative PCR/rapid test that has been privately paid for within the last 72 hours. Visitors under the age of 18 who are taking part in organized sport, recreation and performance bookings are not require to provide this documentation.
  • Once past the Rec Check Table, guests will be free to move about the facility as per usual. Face masks are still required for all visitors whether they are vaccinated or not.
  • During the initial stages of the program, please plan to arrive a little earlier than normal. We ask for patience as City employees review patrons’ individual paperwork at the door.

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