Coronavirus: Family apologizes after getting fined for selling masks in Port Coquitlam park

The family accused of “pandemic profiteering” at a Port Coquitlam park over the weekend is apologizing to the community.

The family member has asked not to be identified for fear of retribution.

In a statement to Global News, however, he said he now recognizes it was a poor decision.

“Over the weekend my family and I set up a table in McLean Park to distribute masks to our family and friends in the area. The masks were sent to me by a family member overseas,” reads the statement.

“I recognize this was a bad decision and I want to apologize to the community for my poor judgement. “

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