Winnipeg extends temporary patio program during coronavirus

The City of Winnipeg will once again give businesses the chance to apply to have a temporary patio set up this summer.

Read more: Winnipeg restaurants able to apply for temporary patio permits

The summer temporary patio program allows registered eligible businesses to run a patio from April 1 through Oct. 31.

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Last year more than 60 local businesses registered to operate a patio, as COVID-19 public health orders restricted some dine-in options.

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The city says restaurants that want to take part in the program will have to fill out a new registration form.

Winnipeg offering temporary patio permits through winter – Oct 9, 2020

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