In Quebec, you cannot allow other guests in your home and the police can enter your home if you violate this rule. But you can still allow a babysitter, one plumber and if you live alone, you can have someone over for dinner.

In Toronto, public health officials are calling for similar restrictions as Quebec and are warning residents should only be leaving the home for “essential trips.”

Do these new restrictions make any sense to you?

True North’s Anthony Furey says public health officials need to consider the holistic concerns of these additional restrictions on Canadians.

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