Public Health Orders for Licensed Premises

Effective Wednesday,
October 7, 2020

• Tables and seating are at least two-metres apart between people sitting at different tables or a non-permeable barrier, and are able to maintain separation of at least two-meters, from other members of the public when they are not seated at a table;
• Seating capacity at any table does not exceed 10 persons;
• Food is not served buffet style;
• The use of hookah or other types of water pipes is prohibited.
• Members of the public are assigned to a table when they enter the licensed premise that has seating for the entire party;
• staff obtain contact information in writing from at least one person in each party attending the licensed premises and the licensee must retain this information for 21 days, after which it must be destroyed;
• members of the public are prevented from physically moving tables or seating in the licensed premises;
• members of the public are required to be seated at their table, unless they are
– travelling to or from washrooms,
– using video lottery terminals in the licensed premises;
– briefly interacting with staff at the licensed premises, or
– entering or leaving the licensed premises;
– no dancing takes place in the licensed premises.
• No sale or service of liquor may take place in licensed premises between 10:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m.
• The operator of the licensed premises must ensure that all members of the public vacate the licensed premises by 11:00 p.m.
• Licensed premises must be closed for dine-in service between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.
• The order does not prevent food or liquor from being sold from licensed premises after 11:00 p.m. for delivery or take-out.
• This applies to the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region while the region is in orange.
• This does not apply to liquor retail.

Source: Province of Manitoba | Winnipeg