Winnipeg restaurant facing maximum penalty of $1 million for breaking health orders

On Jan. 12, 2022, the province said the company operating as Monstrosity Burger and Tuxedo Village Family Restaurant on Corydon Avenue is facing seven counts of violating public health. (source: Jamie Dowsett/ CTV News Winnipeg) On Jan. 12, 2022, the province said the company operating as Monstrosity Burger and Tuxedo Village Family Restaurant on Corydon Avenue is facing seven counts of violating public health. (source: Jamie Dowsett/ CTV News Winnipeg)

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