What happens if I’m charged with violating Ontario’s COVID-19 emergency orders?

Ontario has issued various orders under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (the “Act”). Businesses and those who advise them should familiarize themselves with the offence provisions in the Act, with how these offences will be prosecuted, and with the potential jeopardy. Stockwoods partner Fredrick Schumann has written a guide to the offences and prosecutions under the Act.

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What happens if I’m charged with violating Ontario’s COVID-19 emergency orders?

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