Today, there will be a semi-annual test of Alert Ready, the emergency alerting system. The test message will be distributed over television, radio and compatible wireless devices, and will occur at 12:55 p.m. Please visit https://t.co/3YAgVA6Eh0 for more information. https://t.co/BG782HLUFi
On November 25, 2020, there will be an annual test of Alert Ready, the emergency alerting system. The test message will be distributed over television, radio and compatible wireless devices and will occur at 12:55 p.m. Please visit https://t.co/3YAgVA6Eh0 for more information. https://t.co/0rXz1RdkXQ
We’re proud to commemorate our 80th anniversary this year. While much has changed since we began during WWII in 1940, our commitment to keeping Ontario safe during times of uncertainty has been steadfast. Thank you to our dedicated staff and partners, both past and present. https://t.co/nfNCK8Nvqe
A major forest fire in @RedlakeOntario has resulted in a declaration of emergency and evacuation of residents in the area. Residents who are able to self-evacuate are encouraged to do so and should register online with the municipality. For details, visit: https://t.co/vZJMoZ8HF0https://t.co/MgDvivLCTg
To support Ontario’s gradual reopening, emergency orders in force are being extended until June 30. While some restrictions have eased, remember to continue practising physical distancing and wear a mask when it’s not possible. https://t.co/7PthGr6AB2
An extreme heat warning has been issued for Southern Ontario with high humidity levels expected between today and tomorrow. Extreme heat can be dangerous for everyone. Spend the hottest part of the day indoors to keep cool and stay hydrated. https://t.co/JQWtivKcVN#ONready
An extreme heat warning has been issued for Southern Ontario as higher than normal temperatures and humidity continue this week and into the weekend. Stay indoors to limit sun exposure and keep hydrated. Learn more ways to stay safe: https://t.co/JQWtivKcVN#ONreadyhttps://t.co/GJZonub1LK
Here’s a few tips to keep you and your family safe from the #coronavirus:
👁️👃👄 Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
🤲🧼 Wash your hands often and thoroughly.
🤧 Cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve or a tissue.
🧽 Clean and disinfect surfaces.
Snowfall and winter storm warnings have been issued for most of southern Ontario. Snowfall of 20-40 cm is expected for some areas, along with strong snow squalls on Thursday and Friday east of Lake Huron and into the Golden Horseshoe. Be prepared: https://t.co/2nJoCMwCU4#ONStormhttps://t.co/3ssaeMuF2y
Heavy precipitation and snowmelt in Southern Ontario has caused localized flooding in low-lying areas, ice jams in streams and rivers, and water pooling on roads. Stay away from these areas and follow instructions from local authorities. https://t.co/Wi0AenzVvG#ONstorm#ONflood
A severe winter storm is expected for most of Southern Ontario this weekend. A mix of significant rain, gusting winds, snow and freezing rain will likely last until Monday. Avoid unnecessary travel and learn how to prepare: https://t.co/2nJoCMwCU4#ONstorm#beprepared
A minimum fine of $10,000 is now in effect for those who are found guilty of the new offence of hosting or organizing a gathering at a residence that exceeds the limits under an order. Keeping Ontarians safe from #COVID19 remains our priority. https://t.co/sPkb3vzE8Whttps://t.co/6LDvD7NRye
Ontario’s declaration of emergency has been extended until July 24 to ensure emergency measures remain in place until new legislation comes into effect. If passed, the new act will support the province’s recovery while protecting people. https://t.co/U3D86GJghO
Today we announced the next step in Ontario’s reopening framework: Stage 3.
When regions enter Stage 3, nearly all of Ontario’s businesses and public spaces will be able to reopen with proper public health and workplace safety measures in place.
To keep Ontarians safe as the province continues to recover and resume activities, emergency orders currently in force are being extended until July 10. The extension will also allow Ontario to continue easing restrictions in a phased reopening. https://t.co/5dKLGJ5cl4#COVID19https://t.co/3Q9Sn59g4T
Ontario’s Declaration of Emergency is being extended until July 15. This provides the government with additional time and the necessary tools to maintain the fight against #COVID19 as more Ontario businesses, services and amenities reopen. Learn more: https://t.co/s3bdI1S88whttps://t.co/txzjS9AY6Z
We’re gradually reopening Ontario – today we announced our Stage 2 plan.
We’re taking a regional approach, with some regions safe to enter Stage 2 as early as June 12, 2020.
Learn more: https://t.co/Z6ymCgiIuxhttps://t.co/8xMWzmTPhy
As Ontario gradually reopens and lifts some restrictions, emergency orders have been extended until June 19 to prevent further outbreaks. Restrictions continue for gatherings of more than five people, closures of playgrounds and outdoor pools. Learn more: https://t.co/XvlbYlpPIOhttps://t.co/0p8pyktZQt
After careful consideration and in consultation with Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Ontario is extending the Declaration of Emergency until June 30 to continue protecting the health and safety of Ontarians. Learn more: https://t.co/zRp0yTv28Ehttps://t.co/sxwaRzNYNk
To continue protecting the health and safety of Ontarians, emergency orders currently in force have been extended until May 29. This extension supports the government’s plan to cautiously and safely reopen businesses, services and amenities. Learn more: https://t.co/bs3T9Doh5yhttps://t.co/rDJItXafW2
We are working with federal and municipal governments, First Nation partners, as well as non-governmental organizations to prepare and plan for potential spring flooding in northern Ontario along the James Bay coast. Learn more: https://t.co/cFNZxUV5lB#ONflood
Today we released A Framework for Reopening our Province. When the time is right, these are the principles we’ll use to safely reopen Ontario and get on the path to economic recovery. https://t.co/LGqH5UJWuVhttps://t.co/uvNZlclOKg