Minors allowed for the sale and consumption of liquor where food is the primary source of business.
Minors prohibited where liquor is the primary source of business.
Class B - for the sale and consumption of liquor in locations where people pay an entrance or user fee or buy a ticket (such as a recreational facility, tourist facility, race track, sports stadium, convention centre, theatre, or certain types of transportation) or for a business that offers goods or services to the public where the primary purpose of the business is not the sale of food or liquor.
Class C - for the sale and consumption of liquor within a facility that is not open to the public but is primarily for use of members, such as a clubhouse.
Class D - for the sale of liquor that will be consumed off-site, such as a retail liquor store or off-sales.
Class E - for manufacturers that have a permanent facility, such as distillers, vintners or brewers.
Class F - For production of beer, wine,and cider at a ferment-on-premises facility.
Public special event licences - for one-time events open to the public, for either community or commercial purposes, such as a beer garden, theatre event, or food and wine fair.
Private special event licences - for events open to members and invited guests only, such as weddings or awards banquets. This includes annual licences for organizations having recurring events, such as scheduled meetings.
Industrial use - for the storage and use of beer, wine and spirits in food preparation.
Competition - for tasting and judging homemade products.
Hospitality - for liquor service in a room within a liquor agency or liquor manufacturer to provide free tasting to clients.