Car meet attendees and restaurant facing COVID-19-related fines from the City of Mississauga

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Published June 1, 2021 at 6:57 pm

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Last week, the City of Mississauga issued 15 tickets to people and businesses who allegedly fan afoul of the rules contained in the province’s ongoing stay-at-home order, which will remain in effect until June 2. 

According to a weekly enforcement report, one business and 14 people were fined $880 for violating COVID-19-related restrictions. 

The report says that on May 24, one ticket was issued in response to an alleged gathering at a private residence. 

On May 25, a restaurant was ticketed for allegedly permitting outdoor dining–something that the province will continue to prohibit until at least June 14. 

On May 28 and 29, a total of four tickets were issued in response to alleged gatherings at private homes. 

On May 30, nine tickets were issued to people who allegedly attended a “car meet” in the city. The enforcement report says one additional ticket was issued to the operator of a noisy vehicle. 

The report also says a notice of compliance, which can be given in response to a violation of the city’s face-covering bylaw or the province’s emergency order, was issued. 

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