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Ontario to lay out ‘legal parameters’ of stay-at-home order amid coronavirus pandemic

stay-at-home order, which takes effect tomorrow.The province says it will publish the “legal parameters” for the order online today and offer more clarification on the measure.As of tomorrow, residents will have to stay home except for essential purposes such as grocery shopping, accessing health care and exercising.The province says police and bylaw officers will have the power to enforce the stay-at-home order and issue tickets to rule-breakers, but hasn’t given details on how that will play out.

Coronavirus: Ontario declares 2nd state of emergency, issues stay-at-home order The order was announced yesterday as the province declared a state of emergency — its second of the COVID-19 pandemic — and unveiled a series of new restrictions.

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