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The City of Toronto is billing the owner of Adamson Barbecue for the amount of money it cost them to close his restaurant and keep it closed.

The city reportedly sent owner Adam Skelly an invoice for $187,030.56 after he defied public health orders and opened his restaurant to dine-in customers in November 2020.

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Two weeks after his arrest, Adamson BBQ owner Adam Skelly is speaking out about the events that took place at his Etobicoke restaurant.

Due to the conditions of his bail, which ban him from communicating on social media, Skelly wrote a statement in the form of an email blast.

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The majority of Ontarians do not support Etobicoke's Adamson Barbecue — and owner Adam Skelly's decision to re-open their restaurant — according to a new study.

The Toronto Star and Campaign Research polled 1,001 Ontarians, 76% of whom said they "somewhat" or "strongly" opposed Skelly's defiance of public health orders.

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Following several anti-mask protests, it has been revealed that Adamson Barbecue's original location in Toronto's Leaside reportedly never held a business license.

According to the Toronto Star, the location has been operating improperly for the past four years. 

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After being released on bail, the Adamson BBQ owner was filmed at an anti-lockdown protest in Toronto telling businesses to open.

680 NEWS reported that the protest was originally supposed to be held in the Kitchener-Waterloo area but was moved to Toronto's Yonge-Dundas Square.

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