F. GROUP SPORT
1. A person may permit a place, other than a private residence or vacation accommodation, to be used for, or may provide, or may participate in group sport, if the following conditions are met:
a. if the group sport is indoors, only two persons participate;
b. if the group sport is outdoors, only four persons participate;
c. the participants maintain a distance of three metres from one another while engaged in the group sport, unless the participants reside in the same private residence;
6. A person may…, or may participate in outdoor group exercise, if the following conditions are met:
a. the participants maintain a distance of 2 metres from other participants when exercising, and
b. the participants do not congregate with other participants either before or after exercising.
7. A person who participates in outdoor group exercise must a. maintain a distance of 2 metres from other participants, and
b. not congregate with other participants before or after exercising.
8. No person may permit a place to be used for, may provide or may participate in outdoor group exercise, unless the conditions in sections 6 or 7 are met.
The Beaver Executive’s discussion included that the orders (1) eliminate the possibility of shuttles and (2) restrict numbers to 4 or less, which contravenes our safety rules for 3 canoes, under most circumstances, and just as importantly contravenes our policy of having trips open to as many members as wish to and are capable of participating.