Last updated: April 8, 2021 at 10:26 a.m.

Review the Guide for Toronto residents for the latest information on what you should do and not do in the current stage of the pandemic.

Find information about how share concerns about price gouging, an unauthorized business that remains open or non-compliance with COVID-related bylaws here.

To report a business that is not complying with mask bylaws or public health measures, please call the Toronto Public Health hotline at 416-338-7600.

This form should only be used to report businesses not enforcing physical distancing.

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Please call 311 for any complaints related to private indoor gatherings of people not from the same household and outdoor gatherings of more than 5 people (e.g., private residences, backyards, parks, and other recreation areas).

If you wish to report non-compliance with the physical distancing by-law for businesses offering curbside pick-up only, or non-compliance with physical distancing in a greenspace, public square or City park, please call 311.

If you wish to report non-compliance with the physical distancing on a construction site, please call the Ministry of Labour, Health & Safety Contact Centre at 1-877-202-0008.

Please call 311 for any complaints related to private indoor gatherings of people not from the same household and outdoor gatherings of more than 5 people (e.g., private residences, backyards, parks, and other recreation areas).

Quarantine and isolation is mandatory for all travellers arriving in Canada under a quarantine order from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

To report non-compliance, contact 311.

To report non-compliance with the April 1, 2020 Class Order from the Medical Officer of Health please call the Toronto Public Health hotline at 416-338-7600.

This form should only be used to report businesses in the City of Toronto who are not complying with the provincial order to remain closed.

If you wish to report other types of business in non-compliance, please call 311.

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This form is provided by the Province of Ontario to report a business charging inflated prices after March 17, 2020 related to COVID 19.

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