Organizers must keep registers of visitors.
Other municipalities affected by Saturday's announcement include: Cantley, Chelsea, L'Ange-Gardien, La Pêche, Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette, Pontiac and Val-des-Monts.
Businesses and most stores can remain open, but with strict COVID-19 measures in effect.
"Some of you might be wanting to engage in the sex this weekend", the post says, recommending that people "stick to sexual partner (s) you live with (or consider virtual sex)". That's because some provinces and territories do not report numbers on weekends.
The government is also asking all Ontarians to leave their homes only for essential purposes.
Ontario reported a new all-time high of 939 new COVID-19 cases on Friday. Over half of the new cases come from four regions in Toronto, Peel, Ottawa and York Region.
For Stage 2 of Ontario's reopening plan, which was in place during May and June, bars and restaurants were banned from seating customers indoors, cinemas and gyms were closed and schools remained shut. That's 160 fewer new cases than the 809 reported on Saturday.
Quebec health officials announced 1,102 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.
Tech giants abuse their power
Tuesday's report is based on a 16-month investigation by the Democratic staff of the House Antitrust Subcommittee. In the report, the Committee says Apple enjoys "monopoly power" over software and app distribution on iOS devices.
A record 49,900 tests were completed over the last day but there's still a backlog of over 58,000 waiting for results.
One additional death was also recorded, bringing the provincial total to 3,005. "The first threshold that starts to limit access to care happens within 30 days under any scenario", but in the worst case it happens much faster, he added.
COVID-19 cases have been rapidly spreading in parts of Canada, particularly in Ontario, Quebec and Alberta. After a summer where people ages 20-39 were getting the virus predominately, she says the virus is now shifting toward seniors.
It may be that health units are not even attempting to put together such data.
Where are the new cases?
Hospitalizations increased by 11 to 444, and six more people were in intensive care for a total of 73. The region's death toll remains unchanged at 34. There is one known active case.
"Because of COVID-19, we will be connecting in smaller groups or virtually or on the phone", Horgan said in a statement. There have been an average of 71,000 tests performed daily, with 2.5 per cent of the subjects testing positive.
As stated today by Dr. Adalsteinn Brown, Dean of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, today's numbers present a more "worrisome and dangerous" picture than what was reported a week ago.