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Emergency orders still need to be followed over long weekend: OPP

Additional OPP resources will be carefully monitoring roadways, waterways and major trail systems
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TOWN OF WASAGA BEACH – With the Victoria Day long weekend approaching members of the Huronia West Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), would like to emphasize traffic safety and the importance of following the requirements of the Emergency Measures and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA).

"We value and appreciate the residents and seasonal visitors that spend time in Wasaga Beach. During this Victoria Day long weekend, our officers will be conducting education and enforcement of the EMCPA in addition to maintaining a focus on traffic and community safety. We are thankful to the public for their understanding and cooperation and look forward to a safe and enjoyable long weekend." - Inspector Phil Browne, Detachment Commander Huronia West OPP

Additional OPP resources this weekend will be carefully monitoring roadways, waterways and trail systems in the Town of Wasaga Beach, Township of Springwater and Township of Clearview. 

During Canada Road Safety Week (May 12-18, 2020), the OPP is joining other police services across Canada ensuring drivers and other road users are helping to keep roads safe. The Huronia West Detachment is committed to traffic safety and will take strict enforcement action against drivers who display risky driving behaviours that endanger other motorists. 

For up to date information regarding the status of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, please visit and Ontario Parks social media channels.