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Cops Are Cracking Down On Wasaga Beach Parties After That Massive Parking Lot Event

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Ontario Provincial Police Are Cracking Down On Parties & Car 'Takeovers' At Wasaga After Massive Impromptu Car Show

The Ontario Provincial Police is not taking illegal gatherings lightly.

OPP in Wasaga have just announced that extra measures will be to crack down on illegal gatherings and vehicle activity near the beach.

The new directive, called Project Erase, was announced after police had to shut down a massive impromptu car show last weekend.

The event hosted over 500 vehicles in a Cineplex parking lot in Ancaster, Ontario.

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Police [...] will specifically target speeding, racing, drifting, take overs, gatherings and illegally modified vehicles.

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Police will be stationed at all routes in and out of Wasaga beach to help deter gatherings and reckless driving.

Ontario has been attempting to fight back against dodgy driving for months now. 

Last month in Ottawa, police issued 140 tickets in just one night for driving infractions.

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Durham Regional Police told Narcity they received a call yesterday just before 10 a.m. regarding Mackie at an Oshawa Tim Hortons because he refused to wear a mask or show his vaccination status.

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Well, someone decided to drive through one of the walkways earlier this morning instead. Police are now asking the public to help identify the driver, who just happened to be wearing a shirt that said "Bad Habits."

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A video posted on Sunday circulating social media shows a police officer telling a group of trespassers beyond the fence at Scarborough Bluffs to line up for their $5,000 fines.

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The Guelph Police are investigating students having their drinks spiked at the University of Guelph with an "unknown substance" after receiving information from the university.

Police say four complaints have been made. "Two of the complaints are related to a recent house party in the south end of Guelph, and two are related to a small on-campus gathering last month," according to a press release.

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