Phase 4 Update
Phase 4 Update July 14
July 14th was the first day of our province's "Phase Four" reopening, and we are very pleased to see the progress our province has made in the last month against rising COVID cases and hospitalization.Things are definitely looking up in our province, and our country, but unfortunately the same cannot be said for the rest of the world.
As of this day, our shop can now operate at 100% capacity. There will no longer be restrictions on the number of customers allowed in the store, but everybody must still wear a mask, and social distancing is still the provincial law. We all want to maximum spacing, minimize contact, and create the safest conditions possible for all involved.
We are still asking that everybody please book an appointment by clicking on the green "Book Now" button below. It's easy, and painless, and makes things so much safer, hey, it's just like getting a COVID vaccination.
Masks worn properly covering both mouth and nose are mandatory for any admittance. We thank you very much in advance for complying.
Our website has been recently upgraded, and it now shows much more of our in-store inventory than ever before. If you don't see what you're looking for, please feel free to give us a call, and we'll do our best to assist. We are now also set up for online sales, a major milestone for a small locally owned business like ours. We hope you enjoy and embrace the online sales capabilities we are now able to offer you.
There will be no test rides allowed until further notice. This is for the safety of both our customers and staff as well as helping reduce wait times for all. Please don't come to the store and ask for special treatment, because you will not get it. We want to be very upfront and clear about this policy to avoid any disappointment to all potential customers.
We will not accept cash as a form of payment going forward.
And finally, thanks to everyone the past year and a half for being flexible and helping to reduce the COVID risk as much as possible for our customers and staff, their families, and our community.
We ask you to be considerate and understanding of the situation we all face together for just a bit longer as Canada moves into a "New Normal" that still has yet to be defined.