Next time you leave your house to get some fresh air, you might not want to take a break on a nearby park bench. As the province continues its lockdown, multiple rules and fines have been put in place to encourage residents to stay indoors. Ontario's social distancing rules will actually fine residents for the most random things.\nAs Ontario extends its state of emergency until mid-May, police continue to patrol the streets to ensure that residents are keeping their distance and not using closed amenities.\nOver the past few weeks, the City of Toronto has been enforcing multiple ticketing blitzes in an effort to discourage residents from gathering outside to enjoy the nice weather.\nIn fact, Toronto has received hundreds of social distancing complaints over the past few weeks and continue to hand out tickets to those who aren't following the rules.\nMayor John Tory weighed in on the issue on Thursday morning, stating that the city is doing everything within its power to ensure citizens are doing their part to curb the spread of the virus.\n"I continue to meet daily with our City division heads and members of Toronto Public Health to ensure that we are doing everything we can as a municipal government to confront COVID-19 with the focus being on protecting the health of our city and saving as many lives as possible," Tory tweeted.\nTo help you avoid a hefty fine during these trying times, we've created a list of some random things you can get charged for during the provincial lockdown.\nSitting On A Park Bench\nView this post on Instagram Você prefere os dias nublados e me temperaturas menos frias ou os dias como hoje: céu azul e sol, mas com -8C e sensação de -13C? . Eu amo sol e não funciono muito bem em dias escuros. Por isso eu prefiro os dias azuis e gelados como hoje. . E olha só a foto linda que eu bati no meu caminho de volta do trabalho agora a tarde! Bebê ainda doentinho então eu e o marido estamos revezando: hoje eu fui trabalhar cedo e voltei início da tarde para sai ele poder trabalhar. E com esse céu azul a gente se anima bem mais para essa loucura de dias de trabalho com filhos doentes. . Ah, e antes que alguém me pergunte onde a foto foi batida: foi na Lakeshore de Toronto, na região oeste, perto da Humber Bay Bridge. Tem post lá no blog sobre a região, como chegar de transporte público e tudo que da para fazer no local. Esta é uma região imperdível! . #gabynocanada #cntower #brasileirospelomundo #torontolife #blogto #narcitytoronto #lakeshoretoronto #vidaemto #viajenaviagem #viagemeturismo #viagememfamilia #viagemestadão #toronto_insta #exploreocanada #torontolife #torontobench #uolviagem #blueskies #torontomoms #torontoblogger #descubraocanada #explorecanada #ontariocanada #attractionsontario #lakeontario #torontophotography #torontoblogger #torontophotographer #torontophoto #the6ix A post shared by Gaby no Canada | Blog (@gabynocanada) on Feb 5, 2020 at 11:52am PST\nCity spokeswoman Tammy Robbinson told The Globe and Mail on Wednesday that Torontonians caught sitting on park benches for too long could face a fine of up to $750.\nStopping To Talk To Your Neighbour\nMy neighbour and I each on her own deck, distantly socializing!#COVID19Pandemic #COVID19 #COVIDー19 #isolation #socialdistancing #Toronto #stayhome #ilovemyneighbours pic.twitter.com/AwthBzQGP0— Angela Petta (@angela_petta) April 3, 2020\nMayor Tory laid down the law on social distancing back in March telling people not to stop and talk to their neighbours if they pass them on the sidewalk.\nTorontonians can be charged up to $1,000 for standing too close to each other.\nLoitering In Yonge-Dundas Square\nView this post on Instagram Message received. Busted out my old Nikkor 20mm for the this one. #nikon #nikkor #adobelightroom #ishootmanual #ishootraw A post shared by Van LaPointe (@drvanski) on Apr 14, 2020 at 12:50pm PDT\nIf you're someone who loves visiting Yonge-Dundas Square, you might want to avoid it during the lockdown.\nYou can be ticketed if police catch you hanging out in the popular tourist attraction for a long period of time without keeping your distance, according to an excerpt from Toronto's new bylaws about the public space.\nPlaying Outdoor Sports\nView this post on Instagram Definitely an expensive game of crickets played today. Police aren’t playing stay home 🏠 I do not co sign snitching!! A post shared by GHOST⭐️🦍🇳🇬🇨🇦 (@iamdozayy) on Apr 12, 2020 at 1:47pm PDT\nPlanning on playing some cricket or basketball with your friends? You might want to think again.\nA group from Brampton got fined $880 each after they were spotted playing cricket together in one of the city's fields.\nHaving A BBQ\nView this post on Instagram Perfect combination- first bbq of the season and good local beer @brockstreetbrewing . . . . . #bbq #bbq2020 #ontario #ontariobbq #backyard #beer #local #foodphotography #foodie #foodphotographyandstyling #craftbeer #ontariocraftbeer #localbusiness #supportsmallbusiness #foodpics #foodpix A post shared by Buylocalcanada (@buylocalcanada) on Apr 4, 2020 at 5:26pm PDT\nIn Ontario, any temperature above freezing is considered barbeque weather. However, getting your friends together for a backyard party during lockdown is a big mistake.\nA Brampton man learned that the hard way and is now facing charges of up to $100,000.\nHaving A Campfire\nView this post on Instagram Snuck out, built a fire, watched a sun set. #ashford #heras #sunset #campfire #quarantine #pnw #staysane #rainier #mountrainiernationalpark A post shared by NCRedman (@nate.makes) on Apr 16, 2020 at 11:20am PDT\nYes, even roasting some marshmallows over a campfire can get you in trouble these days.\nThe Ontario government announced on April 2 that the province would be restricting fires in certain regions until further notice.\nYou can be fined up to $25,000 for starting a fire in a restricted zone and face up to three months in jail.