Kettlemans Bagel City of Ottawa COVID Safety Plan

Business name 

Kettlemans Bagel 

Plan name 

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Plan created on 

November 08, 2021 

Plan updated on 


Contact name 

Alexandra Plante 

Contact email address 

Contact phone number 


01 Important notes

The safety plan builder has been designed to help all businesses establish best practices to help keep their workers and customers/clients safe from COVID-19 and other risks in the workplace 

Those responsible for a business or organization must follow all relevant requirements set out in: 

The Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020 (ROA) 

Directives from the Chief Medical Officer of Health 

Local public health orders 

The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) 

The Employment Standards Act (ESA) 

Any other relevant legislation 

Employers must stay up to date on legal requirements as the situation evolves. 2/11 

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Under the OHSA, employers must determine when PPE or other masking is needed for their workers. Read more



The month of June is an important one for the Kettlemans Bagel team since it allows us the chance to raise awareness and funds for an important cause. June marks Pride Month 🏳️‍🌈 in many cities around the world and this year, to show our support for the LGBTQ2S+ community, we have created the LGBT – Lettuce, Guacamole, Bacon, Tomato.

This exclusive menu item will be available in store, via our mobile app, and via Uber Eats (Ottawa only) for $7.99 for a limited time only.

10% of the sale of all LGBT sandwiches sold during the month of June will also be donated to the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR), a nationally recognized organization committed to eradicating the HIV epidemic within Canada.

CANFAR’s mission is to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Canada by funding innovative research, and awareness programs focused on increasing prevention, increasing testing, improving treatment and care, and ending HIV/AIDS stigma. Over its 30-year history, CANFAR has invested more than $22 million and awarded more than 500 grants across Canada in research addressing all aspects of HIV/AIDS. Read more