Manitoba's chief provincial public health officer announced the Winnipeg Metro Region will be moving to code red on the pandemic response system. Dr. Brent Roussin said the city of Winnipeg and surrounding area is being moved to the critical or red level on the response system and it will come into effect on Monday, November 2.
The new Public Health Order reads;

As of November 1st 2020, this is the most current version available.
It comes into effect on the 2nd of November 2020.

11 (1) Outdoor sporting or recreational facilities such as golf courses and driving ranges, baseball diamonds, soccer and football fields and running tracks must be closed while these Orders are in effect.
11(2) The following indoor sporting or recreational facilities must be closed while these Orders are in effect:
(a) hockey and curling rinks;
(b) volleyball and basketball courts, except as permitted by subsection (3);
(c) indoor soccer fields;
(d) squash, racquetball, handball, tennis and badminton courts;
(e) archery and rifle ranges;
(f) bowling alleys;
(g) indoor skateboard parks;
(h) indoor driving ranges;
(i) martial arts studios;
(j) gymnastics clubs;
(k) swimming pools and splash pads.

12(1) A gym, fitness centre and yoga studio may open if the operator of the facility
(a) implements measures to ensure that members of the public are reasonably able to maintain a separation of at least two metres from other members of the public;
(b) implements reasonable measures to ensure that all members of the public and staff wear a mask in the facility at all times; and
(c) limits the number of members of the public to 25% of the usual capacity of the facility.

  The hours of operation will remain the same until further notice,
Monday – Friday 6:00 am – 10:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm.
Due to decreased capacity, pre-booking your visit is imperative.
- The locker rooms will remain open.
- Child care and junior lounge will remain open.
- Ice Café is available for take out only.