A message from DSA Canada President, Peter Maddox
As we continue to have our lives impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Association’s top priority is ensuring the safety, well-being and security of our direct selling community.
We are working with federal and provincial government agencies to discuss opportunities for direct selling participants – both companies and independent sales consultants – to continue receiving economic support during the COVID-19 pandemic, and to be acknowledged for our current and potential role in the ongoing economic recovery. We are working diligently to ensure that direct sellers are recognized and assisted.
If you face any challenges please let us know. We are ready to assist you and to ensure you have the information you need to maintain your business operations.
Thank you for your membership and ongoing support. We wish you, your families and colleagues continued health and safety.
In an effort to help you during this difficult period, we have put together some resources below.
Provincial Government Resources
Mandatory public health measures remain in place across the province. Alberta returned to Step 1 of the Path Forward on April 6. Additional restrictions for restaurants took effect April 9.
- The PHO has strengthened province-wide restrictions. These restrictions came into effect March 29 at 11:59 pm and last to May 25 at midnight.
- Province-wide restrictions in place. Provincial Response Level: CRITICAL.
- Lockdown COVID-19 Alert Level.
- Alert Level 2.
- Province-wide restrictions in place and some counties have additional travel restrictions and protective measures in place.
- Stay-at-Home order came into effect April 17.
- Operating at a COVID-19 Alert Level – CAUTION. As of April 19, new PEI board measures effective immediately for people arriving from outside of the Atlantic Provinces or who have travelled outside of the Atlantic Provinces in the past 14 days. Everyone is urged to avoid interprovincial travel at this time.
- Different alert levels are in force across the province ranging from Level 2 to special emergency measures in force.
- Public Health Order is in effect across the province.
- State of Emergency in the City of Yellowknife has been extended. There are some travel restrictions in place.
- Public health emergency has been extended until April 29th.
- There are still some public health measures in place, however, the focus is on vaccinations, long-term sustainability and living safely with COVID-19.
Updates made on April 23, 2021. All efforts have been made to ensure that the information included on this page and related links is accurate at the time of publication. However, during this uncertain time, details and interpretations are changing constantly. This information is not to be construed as legal advice or legal guidance. Please consult legal and financial professionals, or relevant government agencies, about your own situation.