With Alberta slowly beginning the reopening process, there still remains some confusion as to what phase one of the plan will look like for locals. Narcity did a little digging and found out exactly what you can and can’t do during the Calgary reopening. Though some things will be available again, they will look different than they used to amidst our new normal.\nAlberta Premier Jason Kenney announced that phase one of the province's reopening plan is intended to begin on Thursday, May 14.\nWhether you are for or against the reopening of the province, it's coming in hot and as residents, you need to be informed on what is acceptable behaviour.\nAccording to the provincial website, phase one will begin to allow some businesses and facilities to resume full operations with “enhanced infection prevention.”\nDuring this time, mask use will be strongly recommended in crowded public spaces such as transit.\nPhysical distancing will also be a part of the new normal.\nSome lifted restrictions will include the opening of retail businesses like clothing, furniture, and book stores, as well as farmers' markets.\nView this post on Instagram When it rains, the cocktails pour! Kick off the eve of #calgarystampede with happy hour at your fav spot. Save a few💰cheers a lot🍻 📷: @cleavercalgary A post shared by Brightside by ATB (@hibrightsider) on Jul 4, 2019 at 3:01pm PDT\nAnother lifted restriction that will be implemented next week is the reopening of cafes, pubs, and restaurants. These facilities will be running at 50% capacity.\nBars and pubs will be open but it's important to remember that while you can visit a bar, no one will be allowed to go up to the bar to order drinks and you will need to be served at the table.\nWhile you'll be able to visit your favourite Calgary hot spots soon, there are still many questions as to what this will look like.\nIn the coming days, officials hope to provide some more clarity on this.\nMuseums and art galleries and some outdoor recreation sites will lift restrictions, although, much like the opening of restaurants, there are no details available just yet.\nThere will still be some things that you can’t do, the major one being no gatherings of more than 15 people. This includes festivals like the Calgary Stampede.\nSpas, nightclubs, gyms, and movie theatres will remain closed during phase one.\nIn an address to the public on Tuesday, May 5, the Calgary mayor stated that in order to start reopening, there need to be two weeks of declining COVID-19 cases.\nWhile things will slowly start to reopen, this does not mean that physical distancing no longer exists.\nPeople are still expected to follow these rules and continue personal hygiene habits to keep everyone safe.\nAt this time, the Thursday, May 14, reopening day is still subject to change should government officials feel the need to push it back.\nThe provincial website states that phase two will be implemented after determining the success of phase one, which entails "considering health care system capacity, hospitalization and ICU cases, and infection rates."\nWhile the premier has set these regulations, the Calgary mayor has expressed his concern about reopening, arguing that businesses should only reopen if they can keep the public and employees safe.