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How far should we go to enforce COVID-19 restrictions?

Whether it's the police, a bylaw officer, your boss or calling the neighbour yourself, how do you think rule breakers should be dealt with?

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Rising COVID-19 cases are breaking records in both Quebec and Ontario.

In a bid to slow the spread, the Quebec government has implemented a curfew, while officials in Ontario have declared a second state of emergency and issued a stay-at-home order.

Whether it's the police, a bylaw officer, your boss or calling the neighbour yourself, how do you think rule breakers should be dealt with?

Our question this week: How far should we go to enforce COVID-19 restrictions? And who should enforce them?

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