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    I'd like to see them restrict the inter provincial movement of people in the same way it is now in force on the US/Canada border.

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    It would be nice. I’m not sure how the logistics go and there are so many less than logical people out there that can’t seem to follow the most simple of rules already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RezDog View Post
    It would be nice. I’m not sure how the logistics go and there are so many less than logical people out there that can’t seem to follow the most simple of rules already.
    Those that are allowed have a pass those that don't have a pass and are out of province get fines/jail time similar to those now imposed for crossing the US/Canada border and not self isolating. This would be for plain being out of province without authorization period.

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    Ok I’m in for 5 days now, getting up late and drinking and riding, huh this lockdown ain’t so bad
    Even better advise, " don't impede on a 850# Harley with me aboard, then I don't care what your driving, my 10 takes care of it"

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    My employment and two professional licenses are considered critical. At work they want us to print out proof of employment in case we are stopped and asked why we are going to work.

    I haven't done it and if they want to stop me and tell me to back home I gladly will!

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    My business by it's very nature is emergency work. They'll never make me stay off the road...and if they do we're ALL in some pretty $√. So now I just have to do all my personal errands in my rolling billboard
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    Ive got a letter on co.pany letter head that i have to carry around with me. I also have it on my phone. So if i do get pulled over while in my POV im covered.

    And i just sat still long enough to watch two movies. But then went out and put brakes on the kids pickup and fixed the chain on my granddaughters bike. This sitting still stuff is hell on me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulFLUS View Post
    My business by it's very nature is emergency work. They'll never make me stay off the road...and if they do we're ALL in some pretty $√. So now I just have to do all my personal errands in my rolling billboard
    ok lets quit exaggerating PAUL, I SERIUOSLY DOUBT WERE ALL IN DEEP DOD DOO! best I can recollect, you aint never done any kind of emergency service for me or any body I know. so cant be as monumental a service as you claim. and really whose job is that serious? maybe the guys making toilet paper?
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    I'm a Locksmith. People don't call me for kicks. It's always an emergency. It's because they are locked out or lost their keys or have some ne'er-do-well they are trying to keep out. And what I meant was that if it comes to the point that they make businesses like mine stay off the road we have more to worry about than that. Not trying to make myself anything I'm not
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    I found thid page to consider critical services.

    https://mn.gov/deed/assets/naics-cri...045-424829.pdf

    Many years ago I worked at a Candy factory and from what I see that also is a critical industry!

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    Sugar and Confectionery Product Manufacturing. Industry code 3113
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