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Innisfil, Ont., dance studio charged after staying open amid COVID-19 lockdown

On Wednesday, officers attended the High Vibrations Dance Studio in Belle Ewart and served two provincial offences notices under the Reopening Ontario Act. Nick Westoll / File / Global News

An Innisfil, Ont., dance studio has been charged after it stayed open during the third wave shutdown with no COVID-19 safety protocols in place, South Simcoe police said.

According to police, numerous complainants reported a non-essential business staying open despite a provincewide state of emergency and stay-at-home order.

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On Wednesday, officers attended the High Vibrations Dance Studio in Belle Ewart and served two provincial offences notices under the Reopening Ontario Act.

The charges were laid after police issued a caution last week.

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