29 charged after police break up Mississauga Aribnb party

Twenty-nine people are facing charges after a house party in Mississauga at which more than 60 people may have been in attendance.

Peel police along with by-law officers were called to an Airbnb just after midnight Sunday. 

Police tell CityNews they would not be releasing the address as they did not want to penalize the homeowners. 

Deputy Police Chief Marc Andrews said 27 people were issued $880 fines for violating provincial rules aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19. Two individuals identified as the hosts of the party were also given Part 3 Summons which carry with it a fine of $10,000.