DALVAY-BY-THE-SEA, P.E.I. — Several kitchen staff at P.E.I.’s popular Dalvay-by-the-Sea resort have left the hotel, citing unhappiness with new management, according to CBC News.

Five employees (including the three who’ve left) told the CBC the restaurant’s head chef was let go, prompting other staff members to quit.

Anonymous staff told the CBC that since Danny Murphy and his company, D.P. Murphy Inc., took over, they’ve felt mistreated and that restaurant quality has suffered.

D.P. Murphy spokeswoman Cheryl Painter said those that have left the resort did so voluntarily, and the restaurant is operating normally.

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