Dine-in Restaurant Relief Program
The Manitoba government has announced an additional $2 million to expand the Dine-in Restaurant Relief Program, administered by the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce in partnership with the Manitoba Restaurant and Foodservices Association.
The Dine-in Restaurant Relief Program was initially funded by a $5 million grant and was designed to provide a rebate to dine-in restaurants that shifted to a delivery model due to Critical (red) level restrictions of the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System.
The program helps offset costs related to delivery services, whether a restaurant provides its own delivery service or uses a third-party delivery company.
Under this expanded program, restaurants in rural Manitoba and catering businesses that did not have established delivery models or that experienced significant revenue declines will be able to apply for a financial rebate based on their decline in revenue compared to pre-pandemic sales.
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