"Together, we will get through this", Trudeau added yesterday.
The new powers would allow police to stop anyone at random and ask why they're not at home and where they live.
Although day trips and hiking are still allowed, people are criticizing Doug Ford for not allowing overnight stays.
Health experts and advocates have been calling on the government to bring in paid sick days and shut down non-essential workplaces for weeks, saying the measures could help the province fight soaring COVID-19 cases that are threatening to overwhelm the health-care system.
The province of Ontario has begun using pop-up clinics to vaccinate people in areas with high rates of COVID-19 infection
Instead, police must have "reason to suspect" that a person is out to participate in an organized public event or social gathering before stopping them.
Give police and provincial offences officers the power to question people gathered in public groups. "We need to do more to stop other, even deadlier variants from getting into Canada", he said. "We will continue to work with all levels of government and health care partners to protect the health and safety of Ontarians and combat this deadly virus". "We're going to continue to look at the Department of Health and see what resources we could make available, but also watching our own epidemiology and talking with Dr. Strang to see what's possible".
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc told a news conference that the federal government will co-ordinate and cover all the cost of relocating health-care workers who are sent to help from other provinces, including by using military aircraft.
The Ontario government and the Government of Canada also signed a bilateral agreement to enhance virtual COVID-19 efforts, with $46 million in funding to go towards expanding virtual health care services in Ontario.More news: After criticism, Biden says he will raise USA cap on refugee admissions
"This includes paid sick days - even on a temporary emergency basis, so that people can afford to stay home if they're sick", Dr. Eileen de Villa said.
He calls Premier Doug Ford's handling of the pandemic a train-wreck and says the situation is catastrophically bad.
There are now 2,202 people hospitalized in the province due to COVID-19 with 755 in the ICU.
Hospitalizations and admissions to intensive care units continued to reach record heights in Ontario, which reported 4,250 new COVID-19 infections in the the last 24 hours.More news: Three dead in 'active attack' shooting incident in northwest Austin, medics say
It wasn't immediately clear how the Ontario government would respond to Ottawa's offer.
According to the Canadian Press, a source with knowledge of the discussions says a "scoping-down" clarification is now being approved.
Ontario is lowering the eligibility age for the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to 40 on Tuesday, meaning a new cohort of people will be able to get the shot at a local pharmacy or family doctor's office.More news: Biden signs order keeping Trump-era refugee cap at 15,000