Is a summer hiring spree coming as COVID restrictions ease? Depends on who you ask

When Betty Lou's Library was shuttered during pandemic restrictions last year, it wasn't just the hit to the cash register that hurt the trendy Calgary speakeasy.

The business also lost two of its senior floor servers and one of its senior bartenders.

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