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  1. Minors Allowed or Minors Prohibited
  1. Minors Allowed or Minors Prohibited

    Minors Allowed

    Food service is the main source of business for a Class A minors-allowed liquor licence. The premises must contain equipment to support the primary business of food service. Food service must be available during all hours of liquor service.

    Minors Prohibited

    Liquor is the main source of business for a Class A minors-prohibited licence. Food service must comprise of a minimum of a snack-type food menu (e.g., potato chips, nuts or other preserved snacks); food service is not required after 11 p.m.

    Manufacturer's Taproom

    Issued to a manufacturer (holding a valid Class E licence) for sale and consumption of liquor on licensed premises that are open to the general public and where manufacturing is the primary source of business.

    Manufacturer's Lounge

    Issued to a manufacturer (holding a valid Class E licence) for the sale of their products for on-premises consumption in order to provide customers the opportunity to asses the products.

    For more information:

    To apply:

    Application for Liquor Licence

    A Class A, B, or C licence may be extended to provide liquor service at a function away from the licensed premises.  

     

    Application for Caterer’s Extension

    Commercial Caterer’s Extension Public Function 

    Application for Public Function in Banquet Room 

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