coronavirus in manitoba

Numerous $5,000 tickets issued in Manitoba for not following COVID health orders – Winnipeg

The enforcements have begun. Numerous Manitoba businesses have been fined the maximum $5,000 penalty for not following new public health orders, and three individuals face fines of $1,296. All were fined by provincial health officers or by the Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority of Manitoba.… Read More »Numerous $5,000 tickets issued in Manitoba for not following COVID health orders – Winnipeg

Winnipeg beverage rooms allowed to stay open as province reconsiders restrictions – Winnipeg

The province of Manitoba has done a 180 on restrictions in Winnipeg that were just hours old, allowing business operating under the “beverage room” licence to remain open for the following two weeks. Beverage rooms are classified as food and beverage establishments connected to hotels.… Read More »Winnipeg beverage rooms allowed to stay open as province reconsiders restrictions – Winnipeg

Manitoba considering allowing restaurants, spas to sell pot products – Winnipeg

Two years since recreational use of marijuana was legalized across the country, Manitoba’s cannabis authority is exploring the possibility of providing licensing to allow businesses like restaurants and spas to offer cannabis products. The Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority of Manitoba is launching numerous campaigns… Read More »Manitoba considering allowing restaurants, spas to sell pot products – Winnipeg

Winnipeg restaurant with no dance floor fined after patrons start dancing at table – Winnipeg

A Winnipeg restaurant owner is looking for answers after he was issued a fine for $2,542, after patrons were allegedly caught dancing and not social distancing inside his establishment early Saturday morning. Shea Ritchie, owner of Chaise Corydon, is having trouble understanding the ticket issued… Read More »Winnipeg restaurant with no dance floor fined after patrons start dancing at table – Winnipeg