COVID-19: Restrictions lifted in British Columbia allowing full capacity for concerts, sporting events, weddings and parties.

This means that the Canucks home opener on October 26 will be at full capacity.

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Provincial Health Official Dr. Bonnie Henry has removed capacity restrictions for all events, including concerts, sporting events, weddings, parties and funerals.

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Henry said this would go into effect on October 25. This means that the Canucks’ home opener on October 26 will be at full capacity.

He said people will also be able to mingle in restaurants and pubs and will not have to stay in their seats.

These restrictions do not apply to Northern Health and East Fraser Valley because these regions have their own set of COVID-19 restrictions due to the worsening pandemic there.

People will still need to wear masks indoors, Henry said.

More to come.

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