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New York bars and restaurants suing state over coronavirus curfew temporarily...

Ninety bars and restaurants suing New York State for an 23-hour closing curfew linked to the coronavirus were allowed to remain open until their...

All the rules that will be in place when the bars...

Bars and restaurants across England are set to reopen in the coming months, but what rules will be in place when they do? Boris...

All the rules that will be in place when the bars...

Bars and restaurants across England are set to reopen in the coming months, but what rules will be in place when they do? Boris...

Latest news on restaurants and pubs reopening after coronavirus lockdown

Boris Johnson announced his roadmap for reopening the coronavirus lockdown on Monday, February 22. For restaurants, pubs, cafes and bars in London,...

2 restaurants and a gym named potential COVID-19 exposure sites in...

Prince Edward Island chief public health officer Dr. Heather Morrison gave more details Friday morning on three locations where Summerside residents may have been...

Coronavirus in Oregon: 437 cases, 32 new deaths and 2 restaurants...

The Oregon Health Authority reported 437 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday. The agency also reported 32 new deaths. The new figures were...

What pubs, clubs and restaurants might look like when they reopen...

Reception centers are likely to adopt a “live and let live” attitude towards face masks and social distancing when the measures are no longer...

14 of Vancouver’s oldest restaurants you can still visit

It can sometimes seem like restaurants open and close in the same space every year, so it's nice to hear that there are places...

British Columbia makes alcohol prices permanent for restaurants and bars

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) - You can still pay the same price for a beer or a margarita, but the province has announced changes that...

Should restaurants in British Columbia have access to wholesale alcohol prices?...

Photo: The Canadian Press British Columbia will permanently allow restaurants, bars and tourism operators to purchase alcohol at wholesale prices, a move the industry hopes...
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