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WATCH: Banquet Hall owners unhappy with Dr.Bonnie Henry on shutting down banquet halls, say being discriminated against

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  • WATCH: Banquet Hall owners unhappy with Dr.Bonnie Henry on shutting down banquet halls, say being discriminated against

WATCH:  Banquet Hall owners lash out at BC NDP MLAs for not being on their side. "Discrimination against South Asian Community," Says Sukh Mann, President of the BC Banquet Hall Association.

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