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COVID-19 health & safety protocols

Our protocols have been designed to limit the spread of illness. We require the following from all guests and staff while travelling with CMH.

Note: we are choosing to operate with protocols that go beyond the recommendations of the provincial health authorities.

Last updated: November 7, 2022 



Staff and guests are not required to wear masks in CMH helicopters or lodges. However those that choose to on their own accord are welcome to do so.

We remain committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for both employees and guests. Our goal is to welcome everyone back this winter for an uninterrupted season and the incredible CMH experience we all love. Our focus will be to continue an elevated level of hygiene and managing staff and guests who are symptomatic regardless of the type of illness. 

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Daily self-health check

Guests and staff are responsible for monitoring their health daily and staying alert for symptoms of any illness. If anyone becomes ill, we will follow our current guidelines: 

  • If you are feeling unwell, communicate this by telling a family member, friend or staff to let your lodge’s management team know
  • Isolate in your room while we assess symptoms
  • Guests and staff may not be permitted to return to the program
  • We may require ill persons to leave the lodge

Increased personal awareness

While staying with us, please remain dedicated to washing your hands often with soap and water. Avoid touching your face. When hand washing is not possible, please use the hand sanitizer provided. 

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Please let the lodge team know if you are uncomfortable with the dining room arrangement and we will work with you. 


Questions? Don’t hesitate to contact our team. Call 1-800-661-0252 or email

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