Due to the convoy protests in the downtown core, Toronto police have closed parts of the Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway.
The Don Valley Parkway South at Richmond Street and the Gardiner Expressway at Park Lawn Road are also closed, according to police, as are the Gardiner Expressway on-ramps east of the Humber River.
The City of Toronto has also announced closures at Church Street to the east, Spadina Avenue to the west, Queen Street to the south and Dupont Street to the north.
The province issued an order Saturday morning, saying it would protect international border crossings, as well as the 400-series highways, airports, bridges, ports and railways in the province.
Fines for non-compliances will be severe, the Premier Doug Ford said, with a maximum penalty of $100,000 and up to a year imprisonment.
Police said they are discouraging people from coming into the downtown core due to the closures.
Source_ The Canadian Press