14 people face $880 fines for attending Ontario house party
Last Tuesday night, police arrived at a house party inScarborough, shutting it down and handing out 14 fines for $880 each to people hosting and in attendance.
Lamentably, cases continue to spike in Ontario on a day to day basis, as the last reporting period shows 478 new cases, up from the previously reported 425.
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The majority of the flights were operated by Air Canada, while others were operated by United Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, HiFly and Egyptair.