Winnipeg’s Windsor Hotel the latest to be ticketed for public health order violations

A downtown Winnipeg hotel is the latest Manitoba business facing a fine for violating public health orders amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Windsor Hotel was issued a ticket for $2,542 as a food establishment on June 25 for violating the latest health order.

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In April, fines were set by the province at $486 for individuals and $2,542 for businesses that disobeyed public health orders, including physical-distancing rules and limits on gathering sizes.

Permissible gathering sizes have increased as Manitoba moves forward with its phased approach to reopening, but the fines remain the same.

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The Windsor, a longtime fixture on Garry Street, joins a growing list of local establishments getting dinged for violations, which includes restaurants, patios and massage parlours throughout the province.

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