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@costco – Craig Jelinek – As per the by law 541-2020 please see the following. https://www.ontario.ca/page/face-coverings-and-face-masks#section-0 When you

Sonja sent a message to Craig Jelinek that said:

As per the by law 541-2020 please see the following.

https://www.ontario.ca/page/face-coverings-and-face-masks#section-0

When you DON'T HAVE TO WEAR A FACE COVERING
There are some situations when you do not NEED to wear a face covering.

You do not NEED medical documentation to SUPPORT any of the EXCEPTIONS below.

Children
Children do not have to wear a face covering indoors if they are younger than two years old.

Health and accommodations
You do not need to wear a face covering if you:

HAVE A MEDICAL CONDITION THAT INHIBITS YOUR ABILITY TO WEAR A FACE COVERING!!!!!!

are unable to put on or remove your face covering without help from someone else
are receiving accommodations according to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 or the Human Rights Code.

-ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION website!
http://www3.ohrc.on.ca/sites/default/files/attachments/Ontario_Human_Rights_Commission_Submission_regarding_Accessibility_for_Ontarians_with_Disabilities_Act_Legislative_Review.pdf

OHRC SUBMISSION REGARDING INITIAL PROPOSED BUILT ENVIRONMENT STANDARD
Guiding Principles
In 2004, in response to the government’s consultation prior to the enactment of the AODA 2005, the OHRC identified seven principles for strong effective accessibility legislation to be:
o Universal and apply to government, non-government and private sector environments
o Forward-looking, harmonized with and building on existing rights and established standards

o INCLUSIVE OF PERSONS WITH NON-MOBILITY RELATED DISABILITY!!!!

o Achievable, retaining and enhancing accessibility planning requirements as
essential tools to achieving a barrier free Ontario
o Clear implementing mechanisms for the development, application and review of
standards for accessibility
o Strong, including measures for receiving and resolving complaints, and
enforcing the requirements of the Act and
o Transparent, including monitoring, public reporting and accountability measures
for the body responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Act.

With all this being said I need to know if you will be following this law COMPLETELY not just the first part where they tell you how to wear a mask, or we the people will need to take this matter to court.

Thank you,

Sonja

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