Solicitor General Sylvia Jones said Ontario is “empowering” local health units to draw up their own specific plans.
The province said it plans to offer the vaccine first to vulnerable seniors, their caregivers and health-care workers.
A coalition of retailers claim restrictions on non-essential stores are making things worse.
Ontario reported 1,855 new COVID-19 infections Friday.
The province reported 1,328 new infections in the past 24 hours.
The property owner could be facing a maximum fine of $100,000.
“Negligent operators” should be held responsible, the union’s president said.
One family was asked for $5,000 up front despite Ontario’s coronavirus policy.
Just 26 MPPs attended the emergency session on COVID-19, instead of the usual 124.
A 77-year-old man is the fifth person in Canada to die from the novel coronavirus.