Mississauga mayor Bonnie Crombie calls out nightclub for allegedly having Halloween party
While government officials pleaded with residents not to hold large gatherings for Halloween, it looks like a Halloween gathering might have occurred in Mississauga.
Mississauga mayor Bonnie Crombie recently took to social media to call out an alleged party that reportedly happened on Friday, October 30 at &Company Resto Bar, located on Enfield and Kariya.
A video of the party that’s been circulating on social media showed a large crowd of people (some wearing masks and others not) gathered in the venue and dancing.
Posts that were on &Company’s Instagram page and the promoter’s page have since been taken down.
The mayor condemned the alleged party and asked if anybody could confirm the date and time it happened.
“This will result in other restaurants NOT being able to reopen, because it will drive cases,” said Crombie, who has been advocating for the city to reenter Stage 3 if case numbers decline.
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