The date for the next phase of the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan is Monday, June 22.


On that day, activities scheduled for the first part of Phase 4 of the plan to re-open the province can get underway, including:

  • child and youth day camps;
  • outdoor pools and splash pads; and
  • outdoor sports and activities.


Residents are advised to check with the local operator of the activities noted above regarding availability.  Some municipalities have indicated that activities, such as outdoor pools, may remain closed.


A date for the second part of Phase 4 will be announced at a later time and will include indoor pools, rinks, libraries, museums, galleries, movie theatres, casinos and bingo halls.


Gathering Sizes


Effective Monday, June 22, indoor gatherings of up to 30 are only permitted where space allows for two metres of physical distancing between participants.


For food service at indoor gatherings, potlucks are discouraged and there should be no shared platters of food or shared buffet service.  If food is being served, it should be plated.  One person should handle the preparation of food and drink following proper food safety protocols.  This reduces the number of people who touch serving utensils or drink containers.


Outdoor gatherings of up to 30 people continue to be permitted with a two metre physical separation between individuals.


Physical distancing requirements still apply both to indoor and outdoor gatherings.


Gathering sizes should be smaller if there isn’t enough space to maintain a physical distance of two metres at all times.



Attached is a updated copy of the full plan.  It can also be found at


Businesses seeking further information can contact the Business Response Team by calling 1-844-800-8688, emailing


For information regarding the latest COVID-19 updates and to read the full Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, visit