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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.
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.
The city amended its bylaw this week and says the move is in an effort to “expand protections” and reduce the spread of COVID-19, and amends a previous order that will now be in effect Jan. 31, 2021.
TORONTO — On the advice of the Chief Medical Officer Health and the local medical officer of health, Windsor-Essexwill be allowed to move into Stage 3 on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 12:01 a.m.
On July 24, 2020, the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020 came into force, ending the declaration of emergency in Ontario. Many of the provisions, including those that allowed for electronic service of notices, virtual meetings, and the delay of meetings, will expire in the coming months.
Toronto City Council has voted in favour of a temporary bylaw requiring masks or face coverings in common areas in apartments and condominiums to protect the health and safety of our communities by reducing the spread of COVID-19.