They better be indoors by midnight according to Ontario’s curfew. OPP are reminding parents that even though it’s summer vacation kids still have a curfew here in Ontario…
Under the Child and Family Services Act, no parent of a child less than 16 years of age shall permit the child to loiter in a public place between midnight and 6 a.m. Youth found in public places during that period can be apprehended by police without warrant and returned to their parents or caregivers. According to the OPP, it’s an offence “punishable by fine if warranted.
What was your curfew when you were a kid? Ever get busted breaking curfew? What about YOUR kids?
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