With thousands working remotely now and into the future, Hill neighbourhood’s pubs, restaurants, bistros feeling the crunch

With thousands working remotely now and into the future, Hill neighbourhood’s pubs, restaurants, bistros feeling the crunch

The COVID-19 pandemic that’s gripped the globe for the last six months has hit downtown Ottawa businesses hard, including all Parliament Hill’s favourite pubs, restaurants, and food courts.

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Mike Lapointe

Mike Lapointe joined the The Hill Times in June 2019 and covers the federal public service, deputy ministers, the Privy Council Office, public service unions, the Phoenix pay system, the machinery of government, and the Parliament Hill media.
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