- COVID emergency closes non-essential stores, except liquor and cannabis outlets
- Canada’s two most populous provinces, Ontario and Quebec, have both declared health emergencies and have ordered all non-essential stores to close.
- This means most businesses in Ontario will shutter there operations for at least the next two weeks, and in Quebec the next three weeks.
- Businesses that can remain open include such things as groceries, pharmacies, and supply chain operations.
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