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Those who travel without reason in Ontario will have to stay in isolation for 14 days
Article published on 10 April 2020
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The Warden of the MRC Pontiac, Jane Toller, confirmed that the Sûreté du Québec will monitor non-essential travel to Ontario and those who have traveled without reason will have to remain in isolation for fourteen days.

Jane Toller explained in her daily update that the Sûreté du Quebec will note the contact information of those who have not respected this instruction.

Control points take place at different access points between the Pontiac and Ontario, as well as across the Pontiac and the rest of the Outaouais region. Jane Toller’s full update is available here.

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