Modelling Shows Following Public Health Measures Remains Critical to Stop the Spread
Publicly-funded testing will be available and easily accessible for those who are symptomatic, have had close contact with a confirmed case, or are part of an outbreak investigation. In addition, testing will continue to be available on a targeted basis for specific asymptomatic individuals who are at greater risk due …
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The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and the Public Health Measures Table, is reducing limits on the number of people permitted to attend unmonitored and private social gatherings across the entire province.
Mayor Bryan Paterson has issued a new emergency order requiring physical distancing on sidewalks, streets and boulevards to discourage congregating and loitering in the downtown area.
Province Introducing Legislation Across Ontario to Increase Fines for Non-Compliance
The following is an announcement from the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services concerning holding Annual General Meetings. The government has decided not to extend the time period within which condominium corporations can hold their AGM’s.
As a result of the exceptional circumstances presented by COVID-19, the CMRAO has made the decision to extend the period for application and payment of licence renewals for the 2020–21 licensing year.
Effective October 1, 2020, amendments to Ontario Regulation 179/17 under the Condominium Act, 1998, will take effect to expand the jurisdiction of the Condominium Authority Tribunal (CAT) to handle more types of disputes through its online dispute resolution system.
This guidance is intended for facilities for sports and recreational fitness activities in regions in Stage 3, which include gymnasiums, health clubs, community centres, multi-purpose facilities, arenas, exercise studios, yoga and dance studios, and other fitness facilities.