Olds, Alta. restaurant backs down, removes anti-restrictions sign

A sign, which was posted at Our Flames restaurant in Olds, Alta., appeared to be a direct reference to the province's new COVID-19 rules set to come into effect on Monday. The owners of the establishment says it's since been removed and the business will comply with the new health orders. (Facebook/Our Flames Restaurant) A sign, which was posted at Our Flames restaurant in Olds, Alta., appeared to be a direct reference to the province's new COVID-19 rules set to come into effect on Monday. The owners of the establishment says it's since been removed and the business will comply with the new health orders. (Facebook/Our Flames Restaurant)

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