York Region's non-compliance team doles out 8 tickets; 6 to Vaughan businesses
Team continues cracking down on health regulations violators with charges
July 14, 2021
Eight new charges were issued to businesses and residents under the Reopening Ontario Act by the Region of York’s COVID-19 enforcement task force team period from July 5 to 11.
Six of the eight charges, including two at a Vaughan restaurant, were delivered by Vaughan bylaw officers. Richmond Hill bylaw officers and York Region Transit issued the remaining two tickets.
The reason for the York Region Transit ticket was not disclosed.
Task force members conducted 557 inspections at locations across York Region during the seven-day period. There were also 239 education activities conducted.
The combined enforcement team includes York Region Public Health inspectors, municipal bylaw officers, York Regional Police, York Region Transit representatives and Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario officers.
Businesses failing to keep their customers and employees safe by not adhering to the mandated COVID-19 safety measures are subject to fines, according to the Region of York.
Fines are $880, unless noted otherwise.
The following list includes charges for non-compliance to health restrictions and measures for the seven-day period.
ATL Lounge, 3600 Rutherford Road, Vaughan, Fail to ensure that patrons are separated at outdoor dining area by two metres or Plexiglas, Vaughan Bylaw Enforcement.
Cotto & Crudo, 357 Edgeley Blvd., Vaughan, Fail to ensure that no indoor dining is provided, Vaughan Bylaw.
Crystal Beauty & Spa, 155 East Beaver Creek Road, Unit 7, Richmond Hill, Patron not wearing a face covering, Richmond Hill Bylaw.
Island Mix Restaurant & Bar, 3175 Rutherford Road, Vaughan, 2 charges -- Fail to ensure that patrons remain seated at all times at outdoor dining area; Fail to ensure that patrons are separated at outdoor dining area by two metres or Plexiglas, Vaughan Bylaw.
Sharks Club & Grill, 7007 Islington Avenue, Vaughan, Fail to ensure that patrons are separated at outdoor dining area by two metres or Plexiglas, Vaughan Bylaw.
The Burg Village Pub, 10512 Islington Avenue, Vaughan, Fail to ensure that patrons are separated at outdoor dining area by two metres or Plexiglas, Vaughan Bylaw.