Charley Dutil

Local restaurants have been forced to adapt to a number of stringent regulations to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 as they reopen in stage two of Ontario’s reopening plan. For some though, these regulations seem exaggerated and restrictive as restaurants aren’t allowed to open their inside dining area and are thus dependent on the weather and cannot guarantee shifts to a number of their employees notably servers.

The University of Ottawa has advised all students and faculty members to restrain from drinking water on campus after it found “elevated levels of bacteria in potable water” at a number of locations on the main U of O campus.

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