Friday, December 20, 2013

Bar's Liquor Licence Suspended

A Thunder Bay bar owner will have to stop serving liquor for a month in the new year after officials say there were violations of the Liquor Control Act.   The Alcohol and Gaming Commission  says the sanction follows the investigation into an incident outside what was then, the Aden tavern on Brown Street last year.  They allege surveillance video wasn't made available to police.  As well, in a separate case,  investigators allege that a patron of the bar left drunk and drove a vehicle that hit a pedestrian. The licence to serve alcohol will be suspended from January the second until February the sixth.