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Ontario Is Apparently Revealing How We're Allowed To Celebrate The Holidays This Year

Ford's government is set to reveal Ontario's holiday gathering rules today as restrictions tighten around the province.

With the holidays approaching, officials are expected to release their guidelines for how Ontarians can celebrate this year, CP24 reports.

Christmas will fall right as the province will see its worst-case scenario of up to 6,500 new cases per day if the modelling released by the Ontario COVID-19 Modelling Consensus Table proves to be accurate.

Trudeau has said recently that normal celebrations are unlikely in Canada this year.

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A normal Christmas, quite frankly, is out of the question.    

Trudeau and Ford have both said in previous months that, by sacrificing our Thanksgiving and Halloween celebrations, "we still have a shot at Christmas."

It seems that we're about to find out whether those sacrifices made an impact.

Today's announcement will come as Toronto and Peel enter their third day of lockdown, which prohibits non-essential visits with people outside of their household.

"Families should not visit any other household or allow visitors in their homes," the province states. "Everyone should avoid social gatherings."

However, gathering rules vary for Ontario's colour-coded zones.

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