Ontario Just Extended Its Bans On Outdoor Camping & Interprovincial Travel

The bans were previously set to expire on June 2.

Ontario Just Extended Its Bans On Outdoor Camping & Interprovincial Travel

The Ontario camping ban and travel restrictions between Manitoba and Quebec have been extended until mid-June at the earliest.

The changes were extended as of May 27 and will be in place until June 16, two days after step one of Ontario's reopening plan is expected to begin.

The bans on overnight camping in provincial parks and non-essential interprovincial travel both began in April 2021, which means they'll have been active for two months by the time the new orders are set to expire.

Other provincial orders were also extended, including Ontario's ability to move patients to long-term care homes without consent.

Ontario police will also continue to have the power to break up prohibited gatherings taking place in the province.

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