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Thunder Bay gives meter grace period for curbside pickup

Thunder Bay is giving people a break from paying the meter when the pick up curbside orders. Thunder Bay is giving people a break from paying the meter when the pick up curbside orders. |  Photo: Isaac Wedin / CC BY 2.0

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Created: January 11, 2022 05:41 PM

The City of Thunder Bay is giving people a break from paying parking meter fees when picking up an order.

According to a post on the city's social media feed, vehicles parked at Thunder Bay street meters now have a 15-minute grace period "while they are actively completing a curbside pick-up or delivery from local merchants."

The city said officers will continue enforcing all other parking regulations. People who are not actively completing a curbside pickup must still pay the meter.

A 50% capacity limit has been in effect for retailers, restaurants, and bars in Ontario since Dec. 19. Bars and restaurants must close at 11 p.m.

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