We weren't sure whether to risk an overnight stop on our drive from the coast to Edmonton, given the pandemic situation. But we have no regrets. It's been nine days and neither one of us sick.
The Best Western seems to take safety seriously, with plexiglass and hand sanitizer in the lobby. We take it on faith that the rooms are cleaned thoroughly.
The dining room is open, with a reduced number of tables. The waiter wore gloves and a mask, and dinner was served in covered takeout containers (we could have taken it to our room, but felt comfortable in the uncrowded dining room.)
Best Western regulars might miss the buffet breakfast (usually included, but obviously not available in current circumstances) but they provide an alternative that's even better in one way. "grab and go" food (muffins; granola bars, etc) that's available at any time...so you don't have to wait for the buffet to open if you want to get an early start in the morning.
Outside the hotel some of the village is shut down, for instance the Caribou Grill is closed indefinitely. Grocery, liquor, and drug stores are open.
One travel tip that has nothing to do with Covid: Fill your gas tank before Valemount...maybe it's because Valemount knows it's the last chance to fill up before the border...its prices are higher than all the other dinky little places from Kamloops north. Of course, if you can make it into Alberta that's even better...the price in Hinton is 24 cents/litre cheaper than Valemount, and Edmonton is another 12 cents lower than that. less