Popular North Shore establishment Spa Mathers Ciel Nordique de Saint-Eustache will not reopen at the end of confinement.\nThe group that owns the spa made the announcement on Facebook.\nThe news speaks to more widespread uncertainty about the stability of non-essential businesses.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nFor some Quebec companies, confinement has posed an enormous financial risk. For the Spa Mathers Ciel Nordique de Saint-Eustache, that risk proved too great. The absence of customers and doubt about an eventual return to normal activities led the Mathers Group to close shop.\nThe news was announced in a press release published on the spa's Facebook page on Tuesday, April 21, 2020.\nThe Group also confirmed the closure of the Centre Sportif Saint-Eustache and the Texas Star Restaurant.\nOpen since 2013, the 22,000-square-foot, four-storey urban spa was closed on the evening of March 15 due to government recommendations.\nWhat was supposed to be a temporary situation is now a permanent one.\nReferring to the pandemic, the Mathers Group explains that, "in a context as uncertain as the one we are currently facing, it is unfortunately impossible for us to continue to operate these three businesses."\nThe Group promises to detail a process through which customers can receive reimbursements for gift cards purchased at the spa and through third parties.\nAs for members, automatic debit withdrawals were suspended on March 16 and will not resume. Reimbursement cheques will go out by mail.\nThe same is true for customers of the Centre Sportif Saint-Eustache.\nPosted by Spa Mathers Ciel Nordique on Tuesday, April 21, 2020\nThe owners specified that, despite rumours about a new residential development, no decision has been made as to the sale of the land.\nThe news speaks to more widespread uncertainty about the stability of non-essential businesses, especially those that require gatherings.\nView this post on Instagram Here with my bestie Sergio, relaxing, unwinding, and off the grid! Favorite spa hands down! #swedishmassage #bestfriendismoving #misshim #inacoma A post shared by Tania Pietrantonio (@tania.em.p) on Jun 20, 2019 at 8:41pm PDT\nPremier François Legault has said that the government is preparing a plan to gradually reopen the province but with a focus on those enterprises that can maintain social distancing measures within their establishments.\nFestivals and other large cultural events, meanwhile, have been cancelled through August.\nView this post on Instagram Ce soir au #spamathers, soyez des nôtres! Join us tonight at #spamathers! #detente #fire #bestplace #confort A post shared by Spa Mathers Ciel Nordique (@spamathers) on Feb 16, 2016 at 10:15am PST\nLegault has promised to share more details about the 'deconfinement plan' in the coming days.\nStay tuned for more news.\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.