Six Torontonians Busted For Illegally Gathering In Cottage Country

When Doug Ford told people to stay-at-home in several languages, it seems the message still wasn’t clear enough for some people.

The OPP have charged six Torontonians for an illegal gathering in the Simcoe County area.

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The illegal gathering took place during the Victoria Day long weekend.

OPP received a call around 10:30 p.m. regarding people congregating at a residence.

Through questioning, the police determined the residents were not from the area.

All six individuals were fined under the Reopening Ontario Act.

Currently, Ontario is under a provincial stay-at-home order and by-law prohibits indoor gatherings for people that are not within the same household.

Under the stay-at-home order, those who choose not to listen can receive fines starting at $750.

However, it seems these incidents continue to pop up throughout Ontario.

Earlier in May, Bracebridge OPP laid charges on eight Torontonians for illegally gathering in a Muskoka cottage.

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