I am very sorry to announce that tomorrow night's screening will be cancelled. Quest University's COVID-19 task force has been in close communication with local health authorities, and made the decision to cancel all events of over 25 people earlier this evening. Please see their statement at the end of this email. Ticket refunds will be processed shortly.
Although disappointed to let you all down, I am confident in the decisions of Quest University's COVID-19 task force. A proactive rather than reactive approach is in all of our best interest! On that note-- don't forget to wash your hands!
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me at [email protected] Please stay tuned for a follow-up email regarding the planned silent auction in benefit of Canadian Adaptive Climbing Society.
Thanks for your understanding,
The VIMFF @ Quest organizing team
From Quest's COVID-19 task force:
As I am sure you can understand, we have been watching the COVID-19 event unfold globally over the last couple of weeks. Last week Quest formed a COVID-19 Task Force that was charged with monitoring the situation and managing our response to these evolving conditions. Today our Task Force was informed that there is now a case in the Sea to Sky corridor, and advised that planned gatherings that include more than 25 people be cancelled.
Given this information and the current situation, Quest has decided to cancel all events from now until the end of April.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a rapidly changing situation, and with the escalating risk we think this decision is prudent and will help to slow the rate of transmission throughout the Sea to Sky corridor.
We apologize for this disruption to your plans and any inconvenience this creates for your group.