Update 2021-03-08 (2): Since Monday (08 March), New Brunswick has been classified as a “yellow zone”. Each household is allowed to designate up to 15 contacts. In addition, gatherings of up to 50 people are permitted.
Update 2021-03-08 (1): On Monday (08 March), the stay-at-home order ends in Toronto and the Regional Municipality of Peel. These areas will then be added to the so-called “grey zone” of the province of Ontario. The Bay Parry Sound District will be placed in the “red zone”. Peterborough, Sudbury and Simcoe-Muskoka will also be classified as “red zones”. Restrictions are relaxed in other regions. A full listing of the classification changes can be found in the link below.
In “grey zones”, shops are allowed to open under restrictions and outdoor gatherings of up to ten people are permitted. Indoor gatherings are prohibited. Restaurants remain closed.