PHOTOS: New physical distancing circles unveiled at Celebration Square in Mississauga
The City of Mississauga has unveiled the long-awaited physical distancing circles at Celebration Square that are intended to allow residents to safely utilize the outdoor space.
The circles, which were painted just in time for Mississauga to enter Ontario's Stage 2 reopening plan, will be used for several different activities and events, including food truck festivals, and Lions Farmers Market.
"This is the right decision and the right time for Mississauga to further reopen our economy. I know today's news will be welcomed by both residents and businesses who are eager to get life back to our new normal," Mayor Bonnie Crombie said in a statement.
"Friends and family will once again be able to enjoy a cold beer on a patio, a dip in the pool, play a game of soccer, or get a haircut with their favourite stylist or barber. Our local businesses who are our friends, neighbours, and family members, will need our help to get back on their feet after what has been a very challenging time," she added.
Cover photo courtesy of Bonnie Crombie via Facebook
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