Winnipeg community shows support for restaurant owners taking a stand against vaccine passports

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This Saturday I made the trek once again from Toronto to Winnipeg to cover Monstrosity Burger, one of the few restaurants in Manitoba that is taking a stand against vaccine mandates.

The community-spirited people of Winnipeg came together to show their support for this restaurant and the owners Dave and Paulina Jones in their stance against these unjust measures. Since making the decision to not enforce these mandates, they have received $60,000 worth of fines, their liquor license pulled and a closure for indoor dining.

This leaves them with the sole option but to run their business through takeout and delivery.

The locals of Winnipeg rallied together not only to enjoy the delicious food of Monstrosity Burger, but to stand in solidarity with like-minded people.

We are going to be keeping a close eye on Monstrosity Burger for any future updates. If you would like to help cover legal costs so that owners Dave and Paulina can fight these fines in court, please donate at

If you want to help Canadians fight back against these mandates, consider donating at where you can help crowdfund lawyers to fight vaccine passport mandates across Canada.

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