Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Lee Brain call on residents to keep Prince Ruperts restaurant scene vibrant by way of Take Out

With another list of revisions to the Public Health Orders announced on Monday, the provincial restaurant industry has been handed another challenge from a year of challenges, with dining in currently not allowed as part of the roll out of measures this week.

The new measures listed by Doctor Bonnie Henry on Monday however do allow for dining on patios or by way of take out. 

And to help remind residents of the North Coast of that allowance, the Prince Rupert/Port Edward Chamber of Commerce has taken to its Social Media page to urge residents to keep local dining options in their meal planning sharing some of their favourite stops as they prepare to take advantage of the varied menus found in town by way of Take Out.

Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain has also gotten behind the campaign to create awareness of local restaurants and the need to step up to help them out. Using his Civic Facebook page to share the word and also to ask residents to share their favourite dining spots with the community.

More notes related to the Prince Rupert and area business community can be found from our archive page here.


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