$7,500 Max Fine for Those Who Break Sask. Emergency Orders
Source: CCTV News Saskatoon Staff, ctvnews.ca, December 11, 2020
The move mirrors similar changes in Ontario and British Columbia, the province said.
SASKATOON — On Wednesday, the Saskatchewan government introduced amendments to the province’s emergency planning legislation that increase the amount both people and companies can be fined for non-compliance with emergency orders.
Under the Emergency Planning Amendment Act, the maximum amount a person can be fined for violating an order will rise to $7,500 from $2,000.
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