Chown’s out of doors patio was a fixture of earlier lockdowns, lighting up the nook of Rideau Street and Sussex Drive, and whereas she says she plans to revive the setup, she’s unconvinced it’ll offset the loses brought on by the lockdown. When you’ve been building a business for nearly 30 years, it’s profitable, doing well, and then you’re having to resort to this at all; nobody wants to do this,” she mentioned. She helped hold her three-decade-old business alive throughout the pandemic through federal help, but was finally compelled to show to her retirement financial savings and even the generosity of others. © 2021 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies.

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