Coronavirus Canada Udaptes: ‘Not right now’ Ontario’s premier says to American visitors

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At a press conference in Woodbridge, Ont. on Friday, premier Doug Ford stressed he does not want Americans coming to Ontario for recreational purposes.

“As long as the goods and products are flowing…not right now,” Ford said. “Come and visit us when things cool out and calm down.”

The premier said he spoke to a doctor recently about when the second wave of COVID-19 may hit. Ford shared that the doctor said it would happen “as soon as you open up the border to international travel,” which still remains a concern for the premier.

Ontario Made’ program

The Ontario government announced it is supporting the launch of the Ontario Made program from Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME).

“Promoting locally made products will be essential to building a strong, self-sufficient province and key to our economic recovery,” Ford said in a statement.

Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic hitting Ontario, the premier has pushed for a “made in Ontario” solution to produce essential supplies, while also urging people in the province to support local businesses during this difficult economic time.

Now a new Ontario Made logo will be created and added on products in an effort to help consumers identify products made locally.

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