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Ontario pauses enforcement of residential evictions as stay-at-home order takes effect

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Ontario government has issued a pause on the enforcement of residential evictions after the province’s stay-at-home order took effect Thursday.In a news release, government officials said the Landlord and Tenant Board will continue to hear eviction applications and issue orders, but enforcement is paused as long as the emergency order is in place, except in “urgent situations” such as those involving illegal activity.Officials said this includes evictions that were issued but not enforced prior to the order taking effect.

Stay-at-home emergency alert message sent to Ontarians On Tuesday, the province declared a state of emergency that will last for at least 28 days.

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