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If found guilty of breaking Ontario's COVID-19 gathering restrictions, the penalty ranges from a minimum $10,000 fine up to a maximum of $100,000 and a year in jail.
Randy Hillier, a Kingston, Ont.,-area MPP, has been charged under the Reopening Ontario Act after organizing an anti-COVID-19 lockdown rally outside Queen's Park Thursday morning.
Supporters banged pots and carried placards that read "Stop fake pandemic" and "Lockdowns make the rich, richer" on the front lawn of the legislature.