A mask ban has been in place for some time, even during MNSSHP, although enforcement was lax during the parties. Technically costumes were banned for adults other than during MNSSHP and Star Wars Weekends, but with the growth of bounding, enforcement of that rule has grown laxer and laxer in recent years. I remember a full-on Evil Queen the last day of Snow White's Scary Adventure, and saw a group dressed in various generic animal onesies earlier this Fall. That said, I have a friend who was a dead-on Jack Sparrow who had issues even during SWW, and have heard rumors one Santa-looking guy has received stern talks. In other words, there has been no consistently enforced policy up until now. This new ban--judging by the spiel on the TTC trams--is masks and costumes. I have yet to hear any reports of how well it is enforced. Will it apply to special needs adults? (Met my friend's sister at her wedding over the weekend--32, but essentially the mind of a 3 year-old, loves going dressed up as Elsa. Seems silly to deny her.) What about DisneyBounders (the cosplay designed to get around the old costume ban)? This smacks of something created by lawyers who have never set foot in a theme park and had no idea Halloween parties are a thing.