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Two Vancouver restaurants get business license suspended for breaking COVID19 rules

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 05 Apr, 2021 08:59 PM
  • Two Vancouver restaurants get business license suspended for breaking COVID19 rules

With a spike in COVID19 cases continuing the City of Vancouver has suspended the business licenses of two restaurants in that city. Both the restaurants did not comply with the tougher restrictions announced by the Province and Dr. Bonnie Henry last week.

Both dining facilities will not be operating til April 20th.

According to  B.C.’s Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth, Corduroy in Kitsilano, which is the other restaurant has now lost its liquor license. 

Photo courtesy of Facebook. 

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