Ford extends all emergency orders in Ontario for another month


The Ontario government has extended all emergency orders under the Reopening Ontario Act (ROA) for at least another month

The emergency orders, which were set to expire on Feb. 19, have been extended until March 21, according to a statement posted on Thursday.

Orders under the ROA include the province’s ability to implement rules on public gatherings, business closures and managing outbreaks in hospitals or long-term care homes.

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