A group of Ontario partiers are facing over $10,000 in fines after hosting an illegal gathering on Thursday.\nAccording to the City of Guelph, a bylaw team responded to a noise complaint at approximately 12:00 a.m. on February 4. \nEditor's Choice: An Ontario Truck Full Of Wine Flipped Over On The 401 Last Night (PHOTOS)\n\n\n\n$2,625\n\n\nFine that four individuals were charged.\n\n\nThe party, which saw at least 10 people gathered indoors, resulted in several charges being issued under the City’s Nuisance Party Bylaw and the Reopening Ontario Act. \nThe offences included nuisance party, failure to comply with Reopening Ontario Act and obstructing an officer from doing their duty.\nThe four of the residents, who lived at the property, were each charged with a total of $2,625 in fines. \nThis brings the total amount of charges up to $10,500. \nThis isn't the first time Guelph has dealt with some illegal gatherings. \nThe University of Guelph reported last month that multiple cases of COVID-19 had been traced to its East Village Townhouses after campus gatherings.