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! The enforcement team is patrolling parks and ticketing those that do not practise . Any 2 people who don't live together, who fail to keep 2 metres or three geese🦆🦆🦆 apart in a park, are subject to a $1,000 fine.
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Jenna Bly Apr 19
Replying to @cityoftoronto
Instead of policing us, why isn't the city taking measures to actually allow us to physically distance like closing down Yonge and the Lakeshore? This is shameful.
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GrumpyOldMan Apr 19
Replying to @cityoftoronto
It's Toronto how many homeless people should we keep apart
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Bruno Bets Apr 19
Replying to @cityoftoronto
C'mon, man. Is it three geese or a hockey stick?
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tomsmybeagle Apr 19
Or two corgis apart
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Lou Scannon Apr 19
Replying to @cityoftoronto
Geese. The universal standard of length measurement. Coming soon: I gained almost a goose during Covid imprisonment.
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Colm Apr 19
Replying to @cityoftoronto
These policies are not working. Time for a rethink and a focus on what’s actually leading to increases in infection not poorly conceived and implemented policies like this
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Carlos Green Apr 19
Replying to @cityoftoronto
What if I live with roommates who aren’t related to me🤔
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LMCinTO Apr 19
It says "live together" so if they are your roommates you live together.
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TOpoet Apr 19
Replying to @cityoftoronto
how do you social distance when fruit markets & unused patios on the danforth force you to risk walking into on coming traffic to maintain social distance ?
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jjb Apr 19
Replying to @TorPoet @cityoftoronto
is the danforth in a toronto park?
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