MASKS WERE AVAILABLE MAY 23 2020 – SEP 1 2020

The masks are made out of 52% combed and ring-spun cotton and 48% polyester.

Our masks were made in a sweatshop-free factory in the USA with automated machines that allow them to be made with no human contact during the cutting process. The printing was done locally in Richmond BC.

Vancouver plays a big role in our outdoor games: the city is our game board and we’ve designed our games to incorporate Vancouver’s architecture, historical landmarks, public art and the city’s landscape. That’s why you can’t play our games anywhere else – they are 100% unique to Vancouver. [Note: if you want us to bring a game to you, we also have a Pop-Up Mystery game.]

PS We have hidden a secret message in our mask design, so don’t forget to look for it if you have one.

We didn’t originally intend to sell Vancouver Mysteries face masks but have had a lot of inquiries, so now we are selling them.

$8 + PST each includes shipping (regular Canada Post).

Or choose to pay $15 + PST and we will donate a mask on your behalf. We’ve already donated 50 to a clinic near Gastown and now we are setting aside additional masks to donate as well. Thank you!

We accept payment by e-transfer or PayPal, contact us to place your order.

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Vancouver Mysteries face masks are adjustable to two sizes with two ear holes to choose from.

More Information

For more information about protective measures at Vancouver Mysteries, please read our COVID-19 Safety Plan and our updated Terms & Conditions.

Resources

Vancouver Mysteries makes no warranties either expressed or implied that the face mask prevents infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases. We have been following federal and provincial websites for guidelines and encourage you to do your own research, here are some links:

Wearing a homemade non-medical mask/facial covering in the community is recommended for periods of time when it is not possible to consistently maintain a 2-metre physical distance from others, particularly in crowded public settings. (canada.ca)

Here are some recommendations from the BC Centre for Disease Control.

  • Healthy people can use cloth masks to protect others.
  • Cloth masks should be cleaned and changed often.
  • Do not put faces masks on babies or infants under 2 years of age.
  • Use of a mask does not replace the need for hand washing or physical distancing.
  • Dispose of masks safely, please do not litter.