A video emerged on Wednesday, February 10, that showed a large group of people gathered around a table at an Earls restaurant in Edmonton. \nIn an email sent to Narcity, Mark Hladik, chief restaurant officer of Earls Restaurants, said restaurant management is "deeply concerned by a video shared on social media showing a group gathered together at our Edmonton Crossroads location on the evening of February 9."\nEditor's Choice: Alberta Is Offering A $1,200 Essential Worker Benefit & Over 380k People Can Receive It\n\nGot this video in my DMs last night. @jkenney and @CMOH_Alberta - you’ve made a big mistake. Where: @earlsrestaurant Crossroads, EdmontonWhen: Feb 9, 2021Mask compliance: Non-existent Social distancing: ......(Apologies for video quality) #ableg #abpoli pic.twitter.com/Ikx4J6L09c— Stacey (@Blurg5) February 10, 2021\n\n"Earls can confirm that a group of guests did indeed gather at one table for a brief period, after initially being seated separately in accordance with health guidelines," Hladik continued. \nHe said that the group was asked to separate by a server and apparently they complied. \n\nAn investigation has been opened and the company "will be taking steps with staff involved."\nAlberta has just eased some health restrictions to re-open dine-in services at restaurants as of Monday, February 8. \nWhile people can visit restaurants, they must only dine with members of their households or their two close contacts if they live alone. \n"We will also be re-communicating to all locations our strict adherence to public health guidelines," the statement concluded.