Springs Church fined $9,000 for breaching public health orders

Manitoba

A Winnipeg church has been fined $9,000 after it admitted a much-criticized graduation ceremony held at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic violated a public health order banning indoor gatherings.

Springs Church was charged with violating the Public Health Act after it hosted an indoor graduation ceremony for Springs College students in 2021. (CBC)

A Winnipeg church has been fined $9,000 after it admitted a much-criticized graduation ceremony held at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic violated a public health order banning indoor gatherings.

Springs Church pleaded guilty Monday to one count of violating the Public Health Act.

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