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He said he “will be the door” Tuesday at 11 o’clock
On Monday, Adamson Barbecue wrote on its website: “Starting Tuesday, November 24, the Adamson Barbecue Etobicoke Restaurant will be open for food service. We’re back open. We’re back to business! The patio is open! The curbside pickup menu has been disabled. “
It is a direct hit and pushback on Premier Doug Ford’s lockdown for Toronto and the Peel region, which began on Monday.
It will be interesting to see how this is handled by provincial and municipal authorities who have been reported in the past for fining for non-compliance on everything from weddings to families rollerblading in non-compliant social distancing. .
Under Ontario’s Reopening Act, a person breaking the law could face a fine of $ 100,000 and one year in prison.
In June, Jason Lake, owner of Minden 50’s Diner, opened against the rules and was fined $ 880. But faced with the loss of his business, he felt it was necessary. He’s also attracted more clients than ever before from people willing to support him or people like those who are tired of the government going after the little one.
Skelly is the epitome of the little businessman with big dreams, big ideas and a big personality. He has guts.
But he has already faced controversy. Criticizing the pandemic response on Twitter in April, he apologized for the name “callous” and “inappropriate” calling for his reaction to the tweets. But six months later, he is now redoubling his original position: the response to the pandemic is callous and inappropriate for small businesses like him.