One Ontario Tim Hortons was reportedly caught breaking multiple COVID-19 rules last week.

According to the City of Hamilton, the restaurant, located in Stoney Creek, now faces numerous charges for breaking the by-laws.

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3 The number of charges the business is facing.

The Tim Hortons allegedly failed to enforce social distancing within their store. 

The location also did not restrict capacity limits and did not ensure face coverings were being worn. 

All of the violations were reported on Christmas Eve.

Each offence comes with its own hefty fine. For example, the location could now face a $500 fee for not enforcing social distancing. 

It's worth noting that the business has yet to be convicted of any of its charges.

The establishment will be presumed innocent until its alleged offences are proven or admitted, according to the City of Hamilton. 

Around 150 Hamilton businesses were caught ignoring COVID-19 restrictions during a provincial enforcement blitz earlier this month.