Source: Albert Delitala, globalnews.ca, April 13, 2020
Despite rollerblading in an empty parking lot nearby and living under the same roof, the family was accused of violating physical distancing rules.
An Oakville, Ont., family is speaking out after a rollerblading outing turned into a costly ticket for allegedly violating COVID-19 physical distancing rules.
On Friday, Todd Nelson took his sons Liam, Brandon and Dustin to the parking lot of Glen Abbey Community Centre to go rollerblading, he said — but after about 45 minutes, a bylaw officer pulled up and told them they had to go.
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