Tickets issued to 11 ‘key contributors’ at Saskatoon COVID-19 anti-mask rally

A number of people who attended a COVID-19 anti-mask rally in Saskatoon are being issued tickets for violating public health regulations.

About 100 people attended the anti-mask children’s carnival at the Vimy Memorial in Kiwanis Park on Saturday.

A flyer for the event said it would be a “fun day” for children with face painting, balloon animals and “science table experiments”.

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100 people attend the anti-mask children’s carnival in Saskatoon

On Wednesday, Saskatoon police said 11 participants in the rally on Jan.

Under current regulations, outdoor public gatherings are limited to 10 people with a minimum distance of two meters between households.

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Police said they will continue the investigation and further charges will be brought.

Saskatoon police said they are also consulting officials from health and justice departments about options for those who repeatedly violate public health orders.

The Saskatchewan Health Department issued a COVID-19 exposure alert the day before the rally for anyone who died on Jan.

The warning stated that anyone attending the event should immediately self-isolate and contact either HealthLine 811, their doctor, or a nurse for further instructions.

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An anti-masker tweeted that he had been to the Prince Albert event and hugged other attendees and shook hands with them.

He wrote that he was going to attend the Saskatoon Carnival and has been at Costco, Coop, several stores and even client houses since the Prince Albert event.

He said he wouldn’t isolate himself.

Saskatoon police said they knew no one was ordered to self-isolate at Saturday’s rally.

They added that anyone who does not self-isolate when ordered to do so may be subject to a public health detention warrant.

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– with files from Nathaniel Dove.

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