Camrose, AB – The health and safety of our employees, event organizers and guests are our number one priority. In response to the Alberta government declaring a state of public health emergency, CRE is implementing the Restrictions Exemption Program, which requires one of the following for all people aged 12 and older:
• Proof of COVID-19 vaccination through electronic or paper records, completed a minimum of 14 days prior to an event start. Single/double dose requirement dates are available here.
• Negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid test, from a privately paid testing provider, completed within 72 hours of an event’s start time.
• Formal documentation of a medical exemption.
Masks will also be required in compliance with Alberta Health Services guidelines. Anyone unable to wear a mask due to an approved medical condition will be asked to provide their medical exception letter (visit Alberta mask requirements for details).
This program takes effect September 20, 2021, and will remain in place for the foreseeable future for all entrants of Camrose Regional Exhibition & Agricultural Society, including
employees, contractors, volunteers, and event organizers & attendees.
“After discussions with our Board and clients, the CRE knows that by adopting the Restrictions Exemption Program, we can do our part to help ensure the safety of our staff and all Albertans who enjoy the many experiences that take place at CRE, while still operating at our capacity potential” stated Dianne Kohler, Executive Director, CRE. “While we do not know how long these restrictions will be in place, we are planning as though they apply to all upcoming CRE Signature Events including, Teddy Bear Disco, Canadian Bull Congress and the many client
Any questions or concerns can be directed to Executive Director, Dianne Kohler at 780-672-3640. Thank you for your support of the CRE.
Dianne Kohler, Executive Director
Brent Byers, President of CRE Board