Literally YESTERDAY Toronto police were actually assisting and organizing a left-wing protest. Today they’re banning the Santa Claus parade. When you’re that partisan and political, when you’re that transparently biased, you’re not a police force anymore, you’re a private gang. https://t.co/PvWOlLKxXU
— Ezra Levant ? (@ezralevant) December 20, 2020
TORONTO — All of Ontario will be under lockdown as of Christmas Eve, sources tell CTV News Toronto.
These sources, who have direct knowledge of the situation, say the lockdown will begin at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 24 and will last for 28 days in the southern portions of the province (south of Sudbury) and 14 days in the northern parts.
This lockdown will look similar to the province-wide shutdown back in March, with only essential businesses being allowed to remain open.
Under the province-wide lockdown, sources say, the winter break for students will be extended. CTV News Toronto has not been able to confirm the exact length of the school closure.
Toronto, Peel Region, York Region and Windsor-Essex are already under lockdown. Hamilton is set to join the grey zone of the province’s tiered COVID-19 framework on Monday.
The province-wide lockdown has not been formally announced by the provincial government.