Government Updates and Emergency Orders
Ontario Taking Action to Protect Against Omicron Variant.
Ontario Releases Plan to Safely Reopen Ontario and Manage COVID-19 for the Long-Term.
Ontario Cautiously Easing Capacity Limits in Select Settings Where Proof of Vaccination is Required.
Ontario to Require Proof of Vaccination in Select Settings.
Ontario Moving to Step Three of Roadmap to Reopen on July 16.
Ontario Releases Plan for Safe Return to Sport.
Ontario to Move to Step One of Roadmap to Reopen on June 11.
Ontario Releases Three-Step Roadmap to Safely Reopen the Province.
Ontario Extending Stay-at-Home Order Until June 2.
Ontario Enacts Provincial Emergency and Stay-at-Home Order.
Ontario Implements Provincewide Emergency Brake.
Middlesex-London Public Health Region Moving to Red-Control Level of COVID-19 Response Framework.
Ontario Moving Two Regions to New Levels in the COVID-19 Response Framework.
Ottawa Public Health Region Moving to Red-Control Level of COVID-19 Response Framework.
Stay-at-Home Order Extended in Toronto and Peel Public Health Regions Along with North Bay-Parry Sound.
Ontario Returning 27 Public Health Regions to Strengthened COVID-19 Response Framework.
Ontario Extending Stay-at-Home Order across Most of the Province to Save Lives.
Enhanced Safety Measures in Place as In-Person Learning Resumes Across Ontario.
Emergency orders extended to February. 9, 2021.
Reopening Ontario Act Orders extended for 30 days.
Ontario Declares Second Provincial Emergency to Address COVID-19. Stay-at-home order in effect January 14, 2021.
Ontario announces province-wide shutdown
The province is moving certain public health unit regions to new levels. Toronto and Peel enter lockdown.
Ontario Updating COVID-19 Response Framework to Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19.
Ontario Releases COVID-19 Response Framework to Help Keep the Province Safe and Open.
Ontario unveils new system for COVID-19 shutdowns.
York Region added to list of areas of higher community spread.
Ontario implements tighter restrictions on Toronto, Ottawa and Peel Region.
Ontario Limits the Size of Unmonitored and Private Social Gatherings across Entire Province. Note: the new limits do not apply to gyms or recreational facilities - volleyball operations can resume as they were.
Lower limits for unmonitored and private social gatherings in Ottawa, Peel and Toronto.
Ontario Supporting the Safe Reopening of More Spaces at Gyms and Recreation Centres.
Toronto and Peel Regions to move into Region 3 on Friday, July 31, 2020.
More regions in Ontario to move into Stage 3.
Emergency orders extended to July 29, 2020.
Government of Ontario announces Stage 3.
Emergency orders extended to July 22, 2020.
Emergency orders extended to July 10, 2020.
Businesses and services to reopen in Windsor-Essex, with exceptions.
Emergency orders extended to July 15, 2020.
Toronto and Peel Region scheduled to enter Stage 2 on Wednesday, June 24.
The Province releases School Safety Plan for the 2020-21 school year.
Emergency orders extended until June 30. Social gatherings of up to 10 people allowed in all parts of the province.
Additional regions to enter Stage 2 starting Friday, June.
Ontario Regulation Order under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act regarding Stage 2 closures
A map of Ontario Regions given authority to enter Stage 2 coinciding with the June 8 announcement.
Effective June 12, certain areas across Ontario will begin easing restrictions and move towards Stage 2 of the Provincial reopening process.
Justice system: The Ontario Government has extended the suspension of limitation periods and time periods in proceedings until September 11, 2020.
Emergency orders extended to June 30, 2020.
Emergency order extended to June 9, 2020.