Halton Hills mayor reminding residents to ‘be kind’ amid proof of vaccination mandate


Published September 27, 2021 at 10:59 am

Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette has issued a reminder for residents to be kind to one another amid the recent implementation of the proof of vaccination mandate in Ontario.

“Be kind. Two little words with big meaning,” said Bonnette in a statement.

“I’m putting this message out as a reminder to residents for when they access our facilities, dine indoors, go to a movie or any place where they are asked to show proof of a double vaccination.”

On Sept. 22, Ontario’s proof of vaccination mandate came into effect. Residents must now provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 in order to enter certain facilities and attend events.

In his statement, Mayor Bonnette noted that these measures are being taken in order to protect people’s health and keep them safe.

“This is the world we live in right now. The Town and select businesses are all complying with Provincial legislation designed to support everyone’s health and safety,” he said.

“Please remember that kindness costs nothing and that we are all doing what we have been asked.”

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