This Saturday, I made the trip from Toronto to Winnipeg again to cover Monstrosity Burger, one of the few restaurants in Winnipeg to take a stand against vaccination warrants.
Community-driven Winnipeggers have come together to show their support for this restaurant and owners Dave and Paulina Jones in their stand against these unfair measures. Since making the decision not to apply these warrants, they have received $ 60,000 in fines, their liquor license withdrawn and a closure for indoor dining.
This leaves them with the only option but to run their business through take out and delivery.
Outside of Monstrosity Burger in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This establishment has had its liquor license removed, a closure notice for indoor dining and $ 60,000 in fines for non-application of COVID PASSPORTS. They are currently always open for take out / delivery. https://t.co/bW2pfg1oI5 pic.twitter.com/sCTbYZzll1
– Lincoln Jay (@lincolnmjay) September 25, 2021
The people of Winnipeg have come together not only to enjoy the delicious food at Monstrosity Burger, but also to stand in solidarity with like-minded people.
We will be keeping a close eye on Monstrosity Burger for future updates. If you would like to help cover the legal costs so that owners Dave and Paulina can fight these fines in court, please donate to FightTheFines.com.
If you want to help Canadians fight against these mandates, consider donating to FightVaccinePassports.com where you can help crowdfunding lawyers fight vaccine passport warrants across Canada.