Go jump in the lake. That was the message from Premier Doug Ford to a public health official in Haldimand-Norfolk who has banned cottagers from visiting their seasonal homes due to COVID-19 and threatened them with $5,000 daily fines.
Doug Ford doesn’t blame cottage owners for being upset with ban
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