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Reckless behaviour is expensive':
Brampton residents face $100,000 fine for throwing a 200-guest party during COVID-19 times
Several neighbours called Peel Regional Police to come and break up a massive party in the area of Countryside Drive and Goreway Drive in Brampton, Ont. around 10 p.m. on Saturday, July 25.
According to police, the house party had over 200 people show up, with little to no social distancing being practiced. City Bylaw officers were called in just an hour later to help police break up the party and handle the situation on the ground.
Ford called the attendees and the homeowner who decided to throw the large gathering “a bunch of yahoos” while adding that he did not understand why so many people were eager to begin partying as restrictions are being loosened.
Social media videos show vehicles which were sprawled out across the homeowner’s front yard and dozens of cars parked down the street in the area. The party was in violation of Peel Region’s emergency rules, which in Phase 2 still limits the capacity to only ten people to attend a social gathering. At the current time, Peel Regional Police confirmed they charged homeowners with a $880 fine under the Emergency and Civil Protection Act.
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During the announcement, the mayor further discussed the importance of physical distancing and councillor Jeff Bowman provided details on the reasons behind the latest fines issued within the City of Brampton.
Among these charges, six were under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) and 10 were for the new face-covering bylaw. Today (August 5), Bowman stated that the City also had 58 face-covering infraction complaints bringing their total now to 240.
Acknowledging that many Brampton residents have been doing their part by wearing masks, Bowman advised people to report those who are not adhering to the mandatory bylaw.
Good business the the city of Brampton, Ontario