With the Birks Building still unaccessible, only the patio will be open for the time-being.
The Parliament Pub is set to reopen during the May long weekend, weather permitting, though the inside portion will not be accessible for the foreseeable future. Photograph courtesy of Janaki Mody
Justin Trudeau with Parliament Pub staff member Alexa Merulla in 2014. Photograph courtesy of Janaki Mody
The Parliament Pub, the patio for which provides the best view of the Parliament Buildings of any Ottawa establishment, is set to reopen during the May long weekend, weather permitting, after being closed since December 2014.
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