CNL extends period of reduced operations

 Following a review of the current COVID-19 pandemic conditions, as well as CNL’s operational needs at all locations, we are extending the current period of reduced operations up to 2020 May 4.  All current remote work and administrative leave arrangements will remain in place. ‘Reduced operations’, refers to the work necessary to keep our sites and assets safe, compliant with regulations, and deliver mission critical tasks.  This includes work which can be carried out remotely such as working from home.
 
This is a precautionary measure. We have not been informed of confirmed or presumptive cases of COVID-19 at any CNL site.
 
CNL will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation through its Crisis Management Team, and should the environment change in this period, and it is safe to do so, CNL will resume routine operations.
 
As a matter of personal and public safety, all staff are asked to continue to comply with the related directives including social distancing, self-monitoring, frequent hand washing, and other directives as they evolve, monitor the Government of Canada guidance related to COVID-19, keep in regular contact with their Managers, and continue to monitor CNL’s communications channels.