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Pictured here is a near-empty St. Catharines Skyway as noted by Fort Erie resident Arlene Harkins. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the provincial government's stay-at-home orders created a reduction in normal traffic.

Pictured here is Ontario Bakery, on the corner of Catharine Street and Niagara Boulevard, boarded up after having its windows broken. Vandalism rose in the south end during the pandemic, including damage to local businesses and vehicles.

Listed here is a picture from a the grocery line at Sobey's, which kindly asked customers to bring reusable bags during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Pictured here are empty grocery store shelves in town. This is the toilet paper aisle. Like most places, toilet paper because a hard-to-find commodity in Fort Erie during the Covid-19 pandemic.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, social distancing became an important practice everywhere, especially in public places. Pictured here is a sign posted at the entrance to Sobeys, reminding customers to keep a safe distance from other shoppers and…

The Covid 19 lock down of public places in Ontario included, for a time, any non-essential businesses and places, which included public parks. Pictured here is a sign warning people that using the playground might not be safe from the Covid 19 virus.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses took proactive measures with their clientele either in keeping with provincial guidelines and mandates for social distancing, or to add to them. Pictured here is a sign at Green Acres restaurant, asking…

During the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses such as restaurants, modified how they do business in order to keep their doors open. Pictured here is a note posted in the window at Green Acres, advising customers of their temporary move to take out only.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the provincial government required restaurants to offer only take out, delivery or drive thru in order to stay open. Pictured here is a sign in the window of Green Acres, noting this measure.

During the Covid 19 pandemic, the province of Ontario mandated the closures of churches and other places of worship. Pictured here is a note at the door of St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Central Avenue.

Pictured here is a trailer and johnny on the spot parked outside of Fort Erie International Academy. Government regulations during the Covid-19 pandemic were amended to include non-essential construction in the list of workers required to stay home.

Listed here is a picture of an apartment building on Waterloo Street in the south end of town, bearing a sign spreading hope during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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