Wear a mask to reduce virus spread

Ontarians' actions during this phase of COVID will determine how quickly we recover.

It's known that people can have COVID-19 and not be aware of it*. Any of us in the building could be transmitting the virus without having noticed any symptoms.

To help stop the spread of the virus, Mississauga City Council approved a by-law, requiring face coverings to be worn in all indoor public spaces in condominiums**.

Therefore, a non-medical mask*** is now mandatory in indoor public spaces in our building. This includes all areas of our building which aren't inside individual units, such as the lobby, mailroom, elevators, hallways, stairwells, garage, recycling room, and all other areas which other residents could come into—even if there's no-one else there at the moment.

This applies to all residents, guests, and trades people. We understand that some of us have difficulty wearing a mask--but foremost, it’s a small price to pay for our safety.

If you see someone not wearing a mask in an indoor common area in our building, feel free to politely mention it to them. It is for everyone's mutual wellbeing and health.

*Source: Canada Public Health**Source: City Of Mississauga News***Children under the age of 2 should not wear a mask.

How to effectively wear a mask

The tip sheet below comes from Peel Public Health.

More information from Peel Public Health about masks can be found here.


Here are all the places that now require masks or face coverings in Mississauga. (Source: