Toronto bar loses liquor licence after fight breaks out at alleged event with free alcohol
Alcohol is seen being poured in this file photo.
TORONTO -- A Toronto bar has had its liquor licence suspended after a physical altercation broke out when compliance officials were investigating reports that alcohol was being served for free.
In a news release issued Thursday, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario said that CAGE KVT & BAR, located on Victoria Park Avenue near McNicoll Avenue in North York, has had its liquor licence suspended "for reasons of public interest and safety."
Officials said that on Nov. 14, the AGCO compliance officers (CO) visited the bar after receiving a complaint that an event was being advertised saying that free alcohol would be provided.
The compliance officials said they "observed signs of drunkenness" when they arrived at the …
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