WINNIPEG -- Manitobans might want to start carrying a mask with them or in their vehicles as more stores across the province are making them mandatory.

While the province has not mandated mask use, it has recommended people use a mask when physical distancing is not possible.

Here is a list of businesses that now require masks:

  • Adam & Eve in St. James have made masks mandatory in the store. Customers without a mask are provided with one for $1, which will be donated to the Rainbow Resource Centre;
  • Almond Nail Bar is asking all customers to wear masks while attending an appointment;
  • Altea Active Fitness requires anyone who enters the facility to wear a mask in all common areas.  Fitness centre members may remove their masks during workouts and classes so long as physical distancing can be maintained in the workout or class environment.
  • American Eagle requires masks at all stores. Disposable masks are provided at the entrance;
  • Anderson Family Vision Care locations require customers to wear masks
  • The Apple Store at Polo Park requires masks and they are provided by the store;
  • The Banana Republic location along Sterling Lyons Parkway requires masks and the location at Polo Park is asking customers to wear them when entering the store;
  • Barn Hammer Brewing Company is requiring masks for customers in the taproom and those picking up beer to go. Masks can be removed once at your table;
  • Bath and Body Works at Kildonan Place requires all customers to wear masks;
  • Bed, Bath and Beyond has made masks mandatory;
  • If customers are from out of the province at Ben Moss, they are asked to wear a mask;
  • Bonlook, a prescription eyeglass chain, has made it mandatory for customers to wear a face mask or covering;
  • Brandon University has mandated masks for students, staff and faculty on campus;
  • Call it Spring requires customers to wear masks when entering the store;
  • Canadian Footwear requires clients to wear face coverings when they enter the store.
  • Casinos of Winnipeg locations have made masks mandatory for all customers starting September 10;
  • The Children's Place requires masks at all three locations in Winnipeg. The stores do provide them if you don't have one;
  • All City of Winnipeg-owned facilities, including City Hall, recreation centres, and libraries, will require a face-covering starting Aug. 29. Disposable masks will be available for at least two weeks for members of the public for free;
  • Claire's requires masks for people who are getting piercings;
  • Club Monaco in CF Polo Park requires face coverings or masks for customers;
  • All clients at Cutting Loose hair design are required to wear a mask in the salon at all times. The salon provides masks for clients who don’t have their own;
  • D.A.Niels Gourmet Kitchenware requires masks for customers; 
  • The Disney Store in Polo Park requires masks for anyone over the age of two-years-old;
  • The Dollar Tree said on its website it requires all customers to wear masks in stores;
  • Ecko Unltd. has made masks mandatory;
  • Masks are required for all customers entering Elemental Witchery & Conjure Boutique on Henderson Highway. Disposable masks are available for $1 and curbside pickup is also available.
  • Epic Hair Studio is requiring all customers to wear a mask. If they don't have one, a mask can be purchased;
  • Evoluir Hair Salon on Henderson Highway requires clients to wear masks or face coverings;
  • All Fabricland locations require some sort of face covering, whether it be a mask or bandana;
  • The Gap requires all customers to wear masks, but if you don't have one they are being provided;
  • GRAND Developmental Vision Institute requires masks to be worn at its location in Winnipeg;
  • If Manitobans go to Hakim Optical, a mask is required;
  • Hollister requires customers to wear masks in its store at CF Polo Park;
  • Masks are required at all HomeSense stores;
  • Starting September 1, masks will be mandatory for visitors to all hospitals and health care centres in Manitoba;
  • Hot Topic has made masks mandatory for customers and employees;
  • IKEA in Winnipeg requires customers to wear masks;
  • Jacobs Trading – Ye Olde Rock Shop have made masks mandatory in their Regent Avenue store. Disposable masks are available for customers in the store;
  • Kaplan Optometric at Kildonan Place wants people to wear masks;
  • Kilter Brewing Company requires guests to wear masks when entering the taproom for both sit-down and to go service. Masks can be removed while seated, but must be worn when getting up to use the washroom and leaving the building;
  • All customers at Liquor Marts in Manitoba will have to wear a mask while shopping starting September 10;
  • Lululemon requires customers to wear masks in-store;
  • Both Lush locations at St. Vital Centre and Polo Park require customers to wear masks. If you don't have a mask, store personnel can help find what you are looking for outside the store;
  • Another nail salon, Luxury Nail & Spa, is requiring customers to wear masks;
  • Magicuts clients will need to wear masks;
  • Masks are now mandatory at the Manitoba Museum for anyone over the age of four. A mask can be purchased for $1 at the museum as well.
  • Manitoba Public Insurance is making masks mandatory at all locations beginning September 9;
  • Masks are mandatory at all Marshalls locations;
  • Masks are being required at Maurices;
  • Moore’s clothing stores across Canada have made masks mandatory for all customers and employees.
  • Mountain Equipment Co-op asks all customers to wear a mask in the store;
  • No Frills stores require customers to wear masks starting Aug. 29;
  • Old Navy requires customers to wear masks. The store does sell masks in five and 10 packs;
  • Orangetheory Fitness requires masks when entering the gym. They are not required during a workout;
  • Parlour Coffee will require all customers to wear masks beginning Sept. 1;
  • Pearle Vision is asking all people to wear masks;
  • Peoples Jewellers is requiring masks;
  • Personal care homes in Manitoba have mandated masks for visitors;
  • Planet Fitness also requires masks;
  • PNP Games requires all customers and employees to wear masks while at their locations;
  • Starting Aug. 29, all Real Canadian Superstore locations will require customers to wear masks;
  • Red River College is making it mandatory for everyone who is on campus to wear a mask. The requirement will take effect Aug. 31 but people are encouraged to wear masks before that date.
  • The Sapphire Hair Lounge is asking customers to wear masks for their appointments;
  • The Manitoba government has made it mandatory for all students from grade four to 12 to wear masks when physical distancing is not possible in school;
  • If you go shoe shopping at Skechers, a mask will be required to be in the store;
  • Sookram's Brewing Co. will make masks mandatory in the taproom on Aug. 27
  • Spencer's is requiring customers to wear masks in the store;
  • Starting Sept. 14, all customers at Starbucks will have to wear a mask in the restaurant;
  • The Stone Angel Brewing Company requires customers to wear masks in the taproom or while picking up beer to go. Masks can be removed while seated at a table;
  • Sunova Credit Union is asking everyone to wear masks;
  • The Body Shop at Kildonan Place is asking people to wear masks;
  • Torrid has made it mandatory for customers to wear a mask when entering the store. If people don't have one, a mask will be provided for them;
  • Torque Brewing Company has made masks mandatory for sit down service and those picking up beer at the brewery. Free masks are available for those without one;
  • If people are looking to book a trip at Transat Travel, they are required to wear a mask first;
  • Unique Bunny, located in Osborne Village, has made masks mandatory for customers. Disposable masks are available for 25 cents when you come into the store.
  • The University of Manitoba has made masks mandatory for students, faculty, employees and visitors. Masks must be worn all indoor common or shared spaces on campus, including hallways, lobbies, libraries, study spaces,and elevators;
  • The University of Winnipeg has made masks mandatory on campus when the fall term begins September 8.
  • Urban Barn requires masks at all of its stores across Canada.
  • If you go shopping at Walmart, you will now require a mask to enter the store;
  • Masks are mandatory for people going to Westoba Credit Union;
  • White Elm Spa said a mask is mandatory for everyone and one will be provided if people don't have one;
  • The Winnipeg Art Gallery has made masks mandatory for all visitors;
  • The Winnipeg Soccer Federation will require masks in its south and north facilities starting Sept. 1;
  • Masks are mandatory for users of Winnipeg Transit and Winnipeg Transit Plus;
  • All Winners locations require customers to wear a mask;
  • All YMCA and YWCA locations in Winnipeg require those ages five and older to wear a mask at all times, except while actively engaging in physical activity. Disposable masks can be purchased for $1 for a limited time.

CTV News will update the list when it knows about more locations.