The holidays are approaching, and for Ontario families, celebration plans are up in the air. According to Premier Ford, though, Thanksgiving in Ontario is still on. You just have to keep your guest list small.\nPrime Minister Justin Trudeau suggested Thanksgiving might be off the table this year during his throne speech on Wednesday.\nEditor's Choice: Statistics Canada Is Hiring Across The Country & You Just Need To Know How To Use A Mouse\n“It’s all too likely we won’t be gathering for Thanksgiving, but we still have a shot at Christmas,” the PM said.\nOn Thursday, Ford reassured Ontarians that families can still get together for Thanksgiving as long as they follow the current gathering limits.\n“Thanksgiving is a great time to get together with your family and your loved ones," he said during his press briefing.\n"We’re just asking people to follow the protocols — keep it ten people and under. Those are the new guidelines."\nHe also spoke on Christmas. “Christmas is always a big day in the Ford household," he began.\n"We’re going to do everything we can to make sure everyone has a great Christmas because nothing is more important than family and loved ones getting together."\n"In saying that, we gotta keep it under ten."\nUp until last week, indoor gatherings were limited at 50 people.\nNow, those limits have been lowered to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors in Toronto, Peel and Ottawa.\nOntario has seen a significant increase in COVID-19 cases since the beginning of September.\nAccording to CBC, the average number of new cases each day has increased by 50% over just three weeks.\nThis has prompted officials to suggest that we are experiencing a second wave.\nAccording to current data, there are currently 6,610 active cases in Ontario.