Ont. government planning inspection blitz on big box stores as stay-at-home order comes into effect

Ont. government planning inspection blitz on big box stores as stay-at-home order comes into effect 1

 

Ontario Labour Minister Monte McNaughton discusses the impact of the lockdown and stay-at-home order on small businesses in the province.

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30 Comments on "Ont. government planning inspection blitz on big box stores as stay-at-home order comes into effect"

  1. Reynaldo Rivera | January 14, 2021 at 8:00 PM | Reply

    Next it will be show your papers

  2. This is turning to a horror movie with zero science behind. A total disgrace 🤦🏻‍♀️

    • Blank Space Provided | January 14, 2021 at 8:35 PM | Reply

      A year ago, you understood why your surgeon was wearing a mask. You probably would have sued if it it turned out they weren’t. Did how disease transmission work change in that time or are you maybe just reading too many “alternative facts” on Facebook?

    • @Blank Space Provided give me a break 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  3. He won’t answer questions on small buisnesses directly

  4. The fines are serious. If your a business, not making sure rules are followed, will bankrupt you. As it should.

  5. Nelson Trzecak | January 14, 2021 at 8:08 PM | Reply

    Biggest joke of federal and provincial governments. Just shut everything down; no provincial travel, no international travel. If we did this from the get go we wouldn’t be in this crap.

    • This is my thinking as well.

    • Not true. I was in South Korea during the pandemic in 2020.
      When I entered the country I had no required test, no quarantine, everything was open (bars, cafes, etc.) and you know? They flattened the curve during that time!
      I’m not an “anti-masker” or anything, but, these lockdowns don’t seem to be the solution.

    • It was all imported via open air travel. 36000 walked through Pearson unchecked for 8 months.

  6. What are essential businesses? With no definition, there can be no ruling!

    • An essential business is essential to the one doing it to feed his family and pay his bills. It’s offensive to tell anyone they’re not necessary.

  7. Liwayway Añonuevo | January 14, 2021 at 8:44 PM | Reply

    government should also consider to put the long term care accountable in terms of neglect, abuse etc.
    also they need to inspect all the grocery store for cleanliness specially in foods

  8. shall Canada continuously to follow Trump?

  9. It’s so nice to give them a heads up on a crack down

  10. NO WE DONT ALL AGREE WITH WHAT YOU SAY MR. I COME FROM A SMALL BUSINESS BACKGROUND.

  11. Sheila Hardcastle | January 14, 2021 at 9:33 PM | Reply

    Blah blah blah blah he must be a friend of Trudeau he’s not answering the questions correctly

  12. They have the money to pay the fines if they don’t pass.

  13. well thank goodness he told them he was coming on the weekend ,you know so they can be ready for them

  14. we need someone who represents the middle class and under, but we need someone with courage to stand up to all these no’s

  15. A diasporic quest for power. Please read it before the next federal election

  16. why are you telling the big box store a heads up when you are going

  17. Evilkittyof doom | January 14, 2021 at 10:33 PM | Reply

    Public officials need to be held personally responsible for decisions made…

  18. Hope Walmart gets fined into oblivion. Never liked Walmart.

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