ICAN | Ontario Declares a State of Emergency. This gives the province expanded powers including the ability to enforce the closure of certain businesses, especially restaurants and bars. This is not a provincial shutdown–essential services will continue to operate. Grocery stores and pharmacies will be open. See here for more on what the announcement means:
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Ontario Declares a State of Emergency. This gives the province expanded powers including the ability to enforce the closure of certain businesses, especially restaurants and bars. This is not a provincial shutdown–essential services will continue to operate. Grocery stores and pharmacies will be open. See here for more on what the announcement means:

Ontario Declares a State of Emergency. This gives the province expanded powers including the ability to enforce the closure of certain businesses, especially restaurants and bars. This is not a provincial shutdown–essential services will continue to operate. Grocery stores and pharmacies will be open. See here for more on what the announcement means:

Ontario declares state of emergency amid COVID-19 pandemic