In-Person Learning

TLG has lowered a number of restrictions that were put in place to prevent the spreading of COVID-19. Here is a summary of the major changes.


  • TLG will not require proof of vaccination


  • Screening questions will be asked when you arrive at TLG.

  • Your temperature will not be taken.

  • If you test positive for COVID-19, show new onset of Covid-19 symptoms or are told by a health official to stay home, you cannot return to TLG for 5 days AND until your symptoms are improved for 24 hours.


  • Masks are not required as long as people can maintain 2 metres (6 feet) apart.

  • Some classrooms will require masks due to limited space. These rooms will be clearly marked.

  • Masks must be clean and well-fitted. TLG can provide a mask if necessary.


  • TLG will now run at 75% capacity

Protecting Ourselves and Each Other

We all share the responsibility to protect ourselves and each other. This includes TLG staff, learners, volunteers and visitors.

TLG Expectations

All TLG staff, volunteers and learners will be expected to:

  • Book appointments to enter the office

  • Arrive at the time of your appointment

  • Avoid bringing family members to your appointment unless TLG staff have been notified in advance

  • Maintain 2 metres (6 feet) distance apart from others - no physical contact (hugs, handshakes etc.)

  • Answer screening questions when arriving at TLG

  • Sanitize hands when arriving at TLG and as needed during your stay (see below for details)

  • Follow all signage posted at TLG including masking, distancing, sanitizing and no-entry signs

  • Keep HEPA filters running

  • Wear masks when 2 metres (6 feet) distance cannot be maintained

  • Wipe down shared learning items that you have touched (e.g. keyboard, mouse, whiteboard pens)

Everyone is also expected to:

  • Stay home if you feel unwell

  • Stay home if you live with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Do not return to TLG offices for 5 days of the person's test result.

TLG Commitment:

TLG is committed to making a safe and accessible learning environment. We have taken extra precautions such as

  • HEPA filters in each learning space

  • HVAC assessment and improvement

  • Sanitizer and wipes in every room

  • Signage

Anyone who is unable to meet these expectations can contact TLG to request an accommodation.

Hand Hygiene

Infection can be spread before you have symptoms of being ill and after you have stopped showing symptoms. Washing your hands is one of the best ways to prevent viruses from spreading especially before and after eating or preparing food, after using the washroom and after coughing or sneezing. TLG requires you to perform hand hygiene on entry to the office.

Wash Your Hands

Wash your hands often and thoroughly throughout the day

  • Use warm water and soap, then lather and scrub for at least 15 seconds

  • Rinse hands under warm, running water

  • Dry hands using a clean towel

Use Hand Sanitizer

Sanitize your hands with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available

Extra Tips for Hand Hygiene

  • Try not to touch your face, mouth or eyes with your hands. If you do, sanitize after.

  • Sneeze and cough into your elbow or use a tissue to cover your mouth and nose to prevent germs from going into the air or onto your hands.

If you have questions regarding our in-person services, please contact Executive Director, Chris Prosser. 519-743-6090 x 226