The Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy, alongside the Dauphin Countryfest Community Cinema, have renewed their partnership in extending the screen naming rights for one of the theatre's screens with a 25,000 donation from the pharmacy.

Sarah Watson, Pharmacist and part-owner of the Clinic, disclosed how the renewal came about,

"The theatre approached us and just asked if we would renew our naming rights. I think the pandemic has really been finically detrimental for the theatre since it's been closed for over a year. So Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy did decide to donate another 25,000 to the theatre to renew the screen naming right."

Watson went on to illustrate the Clinic's support of the Theatre,

"We feel so lucky just to have such an awesome theatre in our community, and we obviously wanted to see it thrive. The Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy has always enjoyed giving back to worthy community projects, and we think the theatre is defiantly deserving of it. So we want to keep supporting our community and donating to projects that are in need."

The Pharmacy has held the rights to one of the four-screen names at the Theatre since the Cinema opened over ten years ago.

This news comes as the Cinema reopened yesterday with new public health guidelines.