Tory Is Calling Out Ontario's New Stay-At-Home Order For Being Confusing
He thinks some of the rules are too vague for the public.
Ontario's new stay-at-home-orders seem to be raising a lot of questions for
Tory told CP24 on Wednesday that he believes there are some unclear rules in the new measures.
What is confusing, and I agree, is the fact that it is a stay-at-home order but other kinds of stores other than pharmacies and grocery stores are allowed to remain open.
Mayor John Tory
The mayor noted several flaws in the province's plan including its stance onand non-essential businesses.
"It says right here that no person is permitted to use an indoor or outdoor recreational amenity that is required to be closed," Tory said.
"But it says skating rinks can be open, we have 54 skating rinks or some number like that, and so the question becomes are they supposed to be open or closed?" he added.
The Ontario government is scheduled to giveon its restrictions during an update today.
Premier Doug Ford announced his strictas well as new COVID-19 measures on Tuesday.
The order takes effect on January 14 at 12:01 a.m.