Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act

Coronavirus: Toronto nightclub owner and manager to be charged after indoor venue reopened, police say – Toronto

Coronavirus: Toronto nightclub owner and manager to be charged after indoor venue reopened, police say - Toronto

The owner and manager of a Toronto nightclub have been charged by police after the indoor venue allegedly reopened in contravention of provincial orders issued in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Police said officers were notified of service operating inside Goldie nightclub on King Street West, near Bathurst Street, Friday …

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Cobourg business charged under emergency order after opening patio for service: police – Peterborough

Cobourg business charged under emergency order after opening patio for service: police - Peterborough

Posted May 25, 2020 10:34 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Police charged a downtown Cobourg, Ont., business over the weekend under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA), alleging the business violated the province’s orders …

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Coronavirus: Ontario extends all emergency orders until May 19

Coronavirus: Ontario extends all emergency orders until May 19

Posted May 6, 2020 8:42 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The Ontario government says it is extending all emergency orders that have been put in place so far until May 19, which is after the Victoria …

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132 warnings, 1 charged as sunny weekend sees more residents flout emergency act restrictions in London

132 warnings, 1 charged as sunny weekend sees more residents flout emergency act restrictions in London

It was a beautiful weekend in London, but unfortunately, Mayor Ed Holder notes it was also a busy weekend for bylaw officers dealing with those violating restrictions in place due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The temperature climbed to nearly 20 C on Saturday and Sunday, with Sunday also offering …

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Coronavirus: City of Hamilton has laid 86 charges over alleged violations of provincial orders – Hamilton

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A total of 86 charges have been laid by municipal law enforcement in Hamilton, Ont., against businesses and individuals over alleged violations of provincial orders during the coronavirus pandemic. The City of Hamilton says the majority of those charges — 53 — have been against individuals using amenities that are …

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Coronavirus: Chin-ups at west Toronto park earn man $880 fine – Toronto

Coronavirus: Chin-ups at west Toronto park earn man $880 fine - Toronto

Chin-ups at a west end park — where amenities remain closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic — have earned a Toronto man an $880 fine. Dylan Finlay went for a run in Centennial Park on Tuesday, but when he made his usual stop to do chin-ups, a bylaw officer got in …

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Coronavirus: Oakville, Ont., family hit with $880 ticket after going rollerblading – Toronto

Coronavirus: Oakville, Ont., family hit with $880 ticket after going rollerblading - Toronto

An Oakville, Ont., family is speaking out after a rollerblading outing turned into a costly ticket for allegedly violating COVID-19 physical distancing rules. On Friday, Todd Nelson took his sons Liam, Brandon and Dustin to the parking lot of Glen Abbey Community Centre to go rollerblading, he said — but …

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Coronavirus: Ontarians required to identify themselves if charged with breaching emergency order

Coronavirus: Ontarians required to identify themselves if charged with breaching emergency order

The Ontario government says people who are being charged under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) are required to identify themselves if asked by law enforcement officers. This includes provincial offences officers such as police officers, First Nations constables, special constables and municipal bylaw enforcement officers. The temporary …

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Ancaster man accused of dealing drugs, operating non-essential business amid COVID-19 pandemic – Hamilton

Ancaster man accused of dealing drugs, operating non-essential business amid COVID-19 pandemic - Hamilton

Posted March 31, 2020 8:36 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ An Ancaster man accused of dealing drugs in Hamilton on Friday is facing an additional charge in light of the COVID-19 pandemic after allegedly operating a …

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