Current Status November 22, 2021
The COVID-19 situation in British Columbia is continually changing, and we will continue to update the safety precautions to minimize risks to conference attendees and staff. We will monitor developments that may impact the BCNET Summit attendees and be guided by the B.C. Provincial Health Services Authority.
Please check this page periodically leading up to the summit.
In accordance with the B.C. Provincial Health Services Authority, there are no capacity restrictions on indoor organized gatherings, however, proof of vaccination is required for organized gatherings with more than 50 people
BCNET is planning for an in-person summit and is requiring all registrants to be vaccinated prior to participating in the 2022 Summit.
- All event staff and participants/attendees are required to wear masks. Masks will be available on-site if you need one.
- Proof of vaccination is required upon entering the venue