A group of people from around the GTA faced gathering fines in Niagara Falls last week.\nNiagara Parks Police issued four tickets and three warnings to people gathered at Table Rock, amounting to $880 per ticket.\nEditor's Choice: Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Canada’s Work From Home Tax Deduction\n\n\n@NiagParksPolice issued 4 charges and 3 warnings for social gatherings exceeding limits under provincial orders this week. Please stay home. Follow provincial orders. Niagara Falls will still be there when it is safe to travel. #niagaraneverstops #safetyisasharedresponsibility pic.twitter.com/Zk6dh5mk9b— Niagara Parks Police (@NiagParksPolice) January 15, 2021\n\n\nThe individuals were visiting from Toronto, Brampton, Hamilton, and Peterborough, said police.\nNiagara Parks Police Chief Paul Forcier said to the St. Catharines Standard that there were 12 people in the group.\nOn New Year's Eve, police learned of an illegal charter bus event that would be transporting passengers from around the province to Niagara Falls.\n"Please stay home. Follow provincial orders. Niagara Falls will still be there when it is safe to travel," the Niagara Parks Police tweeted.\nThe provincial state of emergency coupled with the new stay-at-home order currently has the outdoor gathering limit set at five people.\nThe Chief of the Niagara Regional Police Service has penned an open letter to residents, urging everyone to do their part by staying home.