The liquor licence at the Adventure Inn and Conference Centre here has been suspended for three days—from 11 a.m. on Dec. 25 until 2 a.m. on Dec. 28—stemming from incidents that occurred there back in April and May.
According to a report from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, there was a drunk patron in the licensed establishment on April 11 and May 2.
Also on May 2, a drunk patron was served a bottle of beer.
The licence holder admitted to contravening subsection 45(1) of Ontario Regulation 719/90 under the Liquor Licence Act and section 29 of the Liquor Licence Act.
On Oct. 5, the Deputy Registrar gave notice that he was proposing a 14-day suspension due to these incidents.
But the Notice of Proposal was amended Dec. 9 after the licence holder agreed to pay a $2,000 penalty.
The payment was received by the Deputy Registrar on Dec. 17 and the suspension subsequently was reduced to three days.