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A Huge Social Gathering Was Busted In The GTA & Nearly 50 Charges Were Laid

All fines amount to $880 unless otherwise stated.
Social Gathering In Vaughan Lands 48 Charges After It Was Busted

A social gathering in Vaughan ended in enforcement last week after the city busted it.

An emailed statement by the city given to Narcity confirms that the gathering took place at a private address between March 8 and March 14 in the Concord area of Vaughan and that 48 charges were laid.

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All 48 charges laid were the same: Social gathering under COVID-19 Emergency By-Law 037-2020, Sec. 10.0(1) Fail to comply with any provision of the By-law, including an Order or Enforcement Order made under the By-law, which lands an $880 fine unless otherwise stated.

The City Of Vaughan is currently in the red-control zone of the provincial COVID-19 framework, meaning that indoor gatherings are limited to five people.

This isn't the first time a Vaughan gathering has garnered attention. In December, a Vaughan birthday party caused a COVID-19 outbreak, causing 11 people to fall ill.

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