Gillam Motor Inn receives $5,000 ticket for failing to collect customers' contact information

The Gillam Motor Inn has been issued a $5,000 ticket for not ensuring that contact information was collected from customers as required under COVID-19 pandemic public health orders.

The establishment is one of at least nine businesses throughout the province, including a McDonald’s in Neepawa and a gas station in Riverton, to receive $5,000 tickets since the beginning of November, the provincial government says.

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Several individuals have also received $1,296 tickets, including six for failing to isolate as required, two for unnecessary travel to Northern Manitoba and others for attending gatherings larger than public health restrictions allow, including one of more than 20 people. One person was ticketed at an anti-mask demonstration in Steinbach last weekend but the province says more tickets related to that event may be handed out.

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