Covid-19 Pandemic

April 2, 2020


In light of the COVID-19 Pandemic declaration by the World Health Organization, PCC88 has been taking various precautionary measures and have adjusted our operations to ensure the health and safety of our staff as well as our residents.

We are making every effort to limit how this situation will impact our service and support and will continue to keep you informed via this website and delivered Notices.


The staff and Board of Directors of PCC88 continue to work to provide our residents the services needed. However we have had to make some operational changes due to this pandemic. These are just some of the things we are doing to ensure the safety of both our Staff and our Residents.

Staff will not be entering residents units unless absolutely necessary. Also staff has been cut back to a skeleton crew. There will be at least one office staff and one maintenance staff here Monday – Friday.

 For the continued safety of everyone and any possible liability we have made the decision to CLOSE the playground. This is very unfortunate, but feel the right thing to do during this pandemic.

Large garbage will not be picked up until future notice., if you have Large items, please keep them or take then to the garbage area in the west parking lot on Tuesday Mornings ONLY, prior to 7:00AM

The Board will continue to meet and function as needed. We continue to hold Board meetings virtually, to ensure that we are doing everything we can for our residents.

If you are financially affected by COVID-19 and will have difficulty paying your maintenance fees, please contact the office. Also please review the links below for possible financial assistance by the Government.

If there is additional support or questions you have about what else we can do, or how else we can assist you, please reach out to the Management office.


Please check the below links for additional information regarding the current pandemic. From both Provincial & Federal Governments. We will continue to add additional resources as they become available.


We all must do what we can to stop this Virus from spreading further and affecting us any longer then necessary. This is an unprecedented time and we must fight this together. Here are some tips on what you can do to help!


Everyone should do their part to Self Isolate, and stay at home as much as possible. If you have returned from travel outside Canada, this is now mandatory.

If you are going shopping, call your neighbor to see if you can pick them up anything. Help those who are not as tech savvy to possibly begin to use Online delivery services such as Amazon, and Grocery Gateway, so that they can remain at home

If you must leave your home, do your part and stay at least 2 metres away from others. If you have to cough or sneeze, do this into your elbow.

Monitor yourself for symptoms. If you develop symptoms, isolate yourself as quickly as possible and contact your local public health authority for further instructions.

Wash your hands with soap and water thoroughly and often. Also clean all surfaces, and clothing that could have traces of the virus on them.

At least once daily clean and disinfect surfaces that people touch often, such as toilets, laundry containers, bedside tables, doorknobs, phones and television remotes.

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