Entrance of West Vancouver's Park Royal mall. (Photo: Google Streetview screengrab)Minister Glenn Inglis says it doesn't make sense for management to forbid what he calls a harmless activity that promotes a sense of community and doesn't interfere with business. Inglis says it's hard enough to find places in West Vancouver where people can gather freely and share in fellowship. The church has reached out to another place of worship in the city to ask if its congregation would like to participate in the sit-in. Chess enthusiasts, including West Vancouver Presbyterian Church member Terry Fellows, have been playing the so-called "royal game" at Park Royal for decades. Park Royal could not immediately be reached for comment.
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