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‘We can’t blame anybody but the coronavirus’: Popular B.C. restaurants, pubs forced to close for good

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COVID-19 hit, the tables were empty and Malak knew the location that relied heavily on tourism – was on borrowed time.At the height of summer pre-pandemic, Malak employed up to 35 staff.

Since September of 2020, he’s let 25 go amid sinking sales.“It’s sad, you go from $22,000 a day to $200, $500 – how can you make any money?” said Malak.In May of last year, The Holy Crab was also forced to shut down.The owner of the Louisiana-inspired seafood restaurant, which amassed a loyal following in its three years on Robson Street, told Global News he didn’t want to run away from his obligations – but fell victim to a landlord who refused to participate in the government’s rent relief program.

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