Here's How Much You Can Get Fined For Breaking Ontario's Stay-At-Home Order
Not following Ontario's stay-at-home orders could cost you big time.
Brent Ross, a spokesperson for the Ministry of the Solicitor General, told Narcity that residents can get a variety of tickets for not following the rules.
The set fine for failing to follow an order.
In an email, Ross stated that failure to comply with an order can actually result in a $750 fine.
One example of this includes attending a gathering that is over the current legal limits, such as more than five people outdoors.
A steeper $1,000 fine can be issued to corporations who fail to comply with restrictions.
Ross also states that if individuals who break the rules are served with a summons, they can also face a $100,000 fine and up to a year in jail.
Ontarians are reminded that if they are also the ones caught hosting a party during these stay-at-home orders, you can also get fined a minimum of $10,000.