Step 3 further expands access to indoor settings, with restrictions, including where there are large numbers of people and where face coverings can't always be worn. Learn more at http://Ontario.ca/reopen
Starting September 22, Ontarians will need to be fully vaccinated (2 doses plus 14 days) and provide proof of vaccination along with photo ID to access higher-risk indoor public settings and facilities where face coverings cannot always be worn
We encourage you to review the Ontario News Release to understand the impacts.
Stay safe and healthy - Remember that when you enter into a public indoor space or use a public transit service in Simcoe County, you must wear a face covering. Physical distancing also remains a requirement.
Before you visit, please check with the municipality of choice regarding parking capacity and rates.
The province is introducing the Ontario Staycation Tax Credit in 2022. It will be a personal tax credit that can be claimed on 2022 annual taxes. The credit will provide Ontarians with 20% of eligible accommodation expenses up to $1,000 for individuals and $2,000 for families.
For more information on the tax credit, visit…
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