At least eight post-secondary schools in Alberta are temporarily canceling individual classes as they work to adapt to the new range of provincial Covid-19 health restrictions.
Continuing online learning.
Schools include the University of Alberta and MacEwan University in Edmonton, Lethbridge University, Mount Royal University of Calgary and the University of Calgary.
The new rules were announced yesterday. Some take effect immediately.
Social gatherings now have strict limits, and schools say the province is mandating two meters of physical distance in all indoor spaces.
Premier Jason Kenny has implemented restrictions to reduce the spread of Covid-19, but there are some exceptions for organizations and businesses that sign up for the vaccine passport program.
COVID-19 has swamped hospitals and threatened to build the health system shortly, Kenney said Wednesday.
Other schools that have canceled individual classes are Hat College of Medicine, SAIT in Calgary and NAIT in Edmonton.