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On Monday, April 19, Premier Ford's new Ontario border restrictions went into effect.

This means that those travelling in and out of Ontario from Manitoba or Quebec will now be stopped by enforcement officials at various border checkpoints, in an effort to curb inter-provincial travel.

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On Friday, April 16, Premier Doug Ford announced the extension of Ontario's stay-at-home order for an additional two weeks, along with new measures to curb rising COVID-19 cases.

These new measures include the restriction of interprovincial travel in or out of Quebec and Manitoba, rules prohibiting the gathering of more than one household outdoors, limited capacities in big-box stores, increased enforcement and more.

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It seems essential workers and Toronto residents who rely on public transit are still dealing with overcrowding on the TTC.

People have taken to social media to express their concerns about the lack of physical distancing on city buses and call on the TTC to do more.

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Toronto Police are letting Torontonians know exactly how they're making sure people follow Ontario's stay-at-home order.

In a press release from Saturday, April 10, Toronto Police Chief James Ramer confirmed that officers are not allowed to stop a vehicle or enter someone's house just to check if they're following the new stay-at-home order rules.

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On April 8, 2021, at 12:01 a.m, Ontario's stay-at-home order went into effect, limiting all retail to essential items only

This means that big box stores, like Walmarts in Ontario, are having to use makeshift blockades to stop customers from browsing non-essential goods.

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