Institutions take a variety of approaches to COVID-19 requirements as semester changes

Postsecondary institutions across Canada are taking a variety of approaches to managing COVID-19 as the semester changes. In Quebec, McGill University will no longer require mask use, while Concordia University will continue to require masks in shared spaces. Sault College is no longer requiring proof of vaccination, but will continue to require masking. Laurentian University has extended masking requirements until mid-June, but will continue to pause its vaccination requirement. Cambrian College and Collège Boréal have also paused their vaccination policies. Cambrian will not require masking to access campus, while Boréal will continue to require masking until mid-August. In Manitoba, Assiniboine Community College has dropped its vaccine requirements but will continue to require masking, while Brandon University has indicated that it will no longer mandate vaccines or masking. Sault Star|| Montreal Gazette| Brandon Sun Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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