Many Sasks. Restaurant fined for violating COVID-19 public health order

Public health inspectors have fined some Saskatchewan dining establishments on the week of November 8, Saskatchewan Health Authority said on Tuesday.


The fines are the result of violating the province’s COVID-19 public health order.

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Two corporate fines of $14,000 were awarded to A&W and Bluez on Second, two businesses in Unity, Sask. – because proof of vaccination or negative test from patrons is not required. Additionally, at the time, a $2,800 ticket was awarded to an individual for not wearing a mask.

Two other $14,000 corporate fines were issued at two separate Tim Horton locations in North Battleford, Sask. as no proof of vaccination or proof of a negative result is required.

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SHA added that three individuals were fined $2,800 each for not covering their faces while at Oasis Roadhouse, a restaurant in Pangman, Sask.

An individual in Outlook also received a $2,800 fine for not wearing a mask. SHA said the fine relates to a complaint received on September 20.

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