A man and woman have been charged after breaking the federal quarantine law and attending a rally in Toronto less than two weeks after returning to Canada.
A Florida couple has been charged after they failed to self-isolate in northern Ontario for 14 days following their entry to Canada, say OPP.
The mandatory quarantine order has been extended by the federal government until August 31, for the majority of people entering Canada.
There will be 97 international and domestic locations offered by the company—down 220 from last year.
There have been almost 2,200 home visits made by police officers make sure that people are following self-isolation rules when they return to the country.
An 80-year-old cancer patient in North Vancouver was visited by the RCMP to enforce quarantine. The officers were not wearing face masks despite her illness.
Police performed home checks across Canada in April. They were conducted to ensure that people were not violating quarantine while under mandatory isolation.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair noted that illegal border crossings, which have previously peeked at over 5,700 per month, have now dropped to zero.
As we coordinate all of our efforts to fight this scourge, authoritarians rejoice at the measures being enacted to control populations and manage citizens.
Officers warned that those who are found to “recklessly” flout orders could be issued a fine of $1 million, and receive a sentence of three years in prison.
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