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Toronto Police have responded to Ontario's new COVID-19 enforcement rules, which give police the power to stop anyone who is outside their residence. 

Several forces across the province have issued statements saying they will not be conducting the random stops in their regions, and now police for the province's capital have said the same thing. 

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New COVID-19 restrictions for the province involve heightened Ontario police powers, but eight forces have said they won't be doing random stops. 

Several police forces have commented on the new enforcement measures and addressed how they will be responding to them. 

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Hope is on the horizon as vaccine doses continue to be administered nearly one year into the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released their first set of health recommendations for fully vaccinated people, and they offer just a slice of normal life.

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Despite repeated warnings from public health officials, Canada’s politicians keep getting caught when travelling abroad or vacationing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

So far, representatives from Ontario, Alberta, Quebec, Manitoba and Saskatchewan have been busted for travelling internationally, some for non-essential reasons.

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On Monday, Doug Ford announced that the entire province would be heading into a lockdown starting December 26, 2020. During this time, non-essential businesses will be forced to close in attempts to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

We've asked you on Instagram what you want to know about these newest guidelines and have compiled a list of answers below. 

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