Monstrosity Burger

Owners, Dave and Paulina, were fined for non-compliance so our legal team is fighting back. Check out this page for legal updates.

On September 3, the province of Manitoba made it mandatory for people to show proof of vaccination to enter a range of businesses including restaurants, movie theatres, bingo halls, and gyms.

Monstrosity Burger boldly decided not to discriminate on who can and cannot dine at their establishment based on their COVID-19 vaccination status.

Shortly after Manitoba's vaccine announcement, Dave and Paulina received two tickets for non-compliance at $5,000 each.

Within a week, they received 10 more tickets, all at $5,000 apiece, leaving them with $60,000 worth of fines.

Manitoba law enforcement has now also issued them a closure order for all dine-in services, leaving their only options for service as takeout and delivery.

We are going to do everything in our power to fight back against these unjust fines. That's why we've hired a strong legal team to fight back against these measures.

You can learn more about Monstrosity Burger's legal proceedings and follow along for updates on this page. 

View their fines, tickets, and the closure order here:

  • By Mocha Bezirgan

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