Alberta Health Services issued closure and work orders to three Calgary restaurants for providing food and beverage services indoors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The health authority said inspections revealed the following establishments contravened public health orders, which might be dangerous to public health or hinder the suppression of disease.
Trolley 5 Brewpub
Trolley 5 Brewpub, located at 728 17 Ave. S.W., was offering food and drinks in an indoor space, AHS said.
The order dated May 4 said the space is enclosed by three walls and a roof, so it is not considered outdoors as defined in the chief medical officer of health’s order. AHS said: “This distinction was clearly communicated to the owner at a previous inspection.”
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AHS directed the owner to immediately close all indoor dine-in services, which will remain closed until an executive officer rescinds the order.
For everyone out there these are the two tables that have been approved by AHS that were in question. We have ensured that they do NOT encroach the inside of the garage doors and are working with the team @Trolley_5 now that they have been approved. Come and view if needed. #yyc pic.twitter.com/L8tkaF0qFj
— Ernie Tsu (@ErnieTsu) May 5, 2021
Owner Ernie Tsu said the notice was given after two tables were found to be too close to the overhang…