On Thursday, the province announced another Ontario inspection blitz, which will encourage compliance in construction sites, big box stores, food processing plants, manufacturers and warehouses.

A release by the Ontario Government says that the blitz will involve dispatching 200 workplace enforcement officers to businesses, including over 1,300 construction sites province-wide on Friday.  

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Over 500 workplaces, such as big-box stores, will also be inspected in Toronto, Ottawa, and Peel — all of which have been identified as COVID-19 hotspots.

Inspectors will ensure that all businesses are following COVID-19 protocols, such as maintaining physical distancing, practicing proper mask and PPE usage, sticking to occupancy limits, and more. 

Any businesses found to be non-compliant with COVID-19 protocols could face fines of up to $1,000.