On Thursday, the entire province entered Ontario's stay-at-home order.\nWhile residents are being asked to not leave their homes, there are some essential reasons to venture outside. \nEditor's Choice: Here's How Ontario's Current Stay-At-Home Order Is Different Than The Last One\n\n \nThe Ontario government released a list, which includes school, work and groceries as just some essential activities. \nHere is the full list of 29 reasons you can leave your home: \n\n\nWorking or volunteering for something that cannot be done at home. \n\n\nAttending school. \n\n\nAttending or providing child care. \n\n\nGoing to or providing educational training or services. \n\n\n\nGetting food, beverages or personal care items. \n\n\nAccessing services or items that are needed for your health, such as medication and vaccines. \n\n\nGetting products or performing activities for landscaping and gardening, as well as the maintenance of your home. \n\n\nPicking up items through curbside pickup, or other alternative methods. \n\n\n\nAttending an appointment in a store that is still allowed to be open for in-person service. \n\n\nGoing to a financial institution. \n\n\nReceiving government services, social services, mental health support or addiction support services. \n\n\nDelivering items or providing care for people who need assistance. \n\n\nDropping off a child at the parent or guardian's home. \n\n\n\nDropping off a member of your household at any spot that is permitted to open under this order. \n\n\nLeaving your home to avoid a risk to your health, such as domestic violence or seeking emergency assistance. \n\n\nExercising, such as walking or running. \n\n\nAttending a location as required by law. \n\n\nExercising an Aboriginal or treaty right. \n\n\n\nTravelling to another home if you plan to reside there for 14 days, or stay for less than 24 hours for any other reasons that are listed in the stay-at-home order. \n\n\nTravelling between the homes of multiple parents and caregivers, if you are under their care. \n\n\nMoving homes. \n\n\nMaking plans for purchasing or selling a residence, or renting. \n\n\nTravelling to an airport or bus station. \n\n\n\nAttending weddings, funerals or religious services. \n\n\nGathering with a single household if you live alone. \n\n\nSeeking services for the health and safety of your pet. \n\n\nGetting animal food and supplies. \n\n\nProtecting an animal's safety, such as protecting a pet from suffering abuse. \n\n\nTaking your pet for a walk. \n\n\nThe stay-at-home order is expected to last for at least four weeks, according to Doug Ford. \n\nWhat stores are you allowed to shop in? \nUnder the stay-at-home order, there are still some spots that will remain open for in-person shopping. \nGrocery stores and pharmacies will remain open. Big box stores are also permitted to allow in-person shopping, but they will only sell essential items such as groceries, personal care items and cleaning supplies. \nSome other retail spots, such as optical stores and car dealerships, will also remain open but by appointment only.\nMalls and other non-essential retail stores will not be opening their doors, but can still offer curbside pickup and delivery.