Liquor licence suspended for Souris Royal Canadian Legion

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Royal Canadian Legion, Souris

Souris residents commemorating D-Day today may have to toast the occasion with a soft drink.

The Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission has suspended the Military canteen liquor licence for the Souris Royal Canadian Legion beginning 9 a.m. Friday until 9 a.m. Sunday.

The legion's licence was temporarily suspended for selling alcohol to someone in an apparently intoxicated condition.

 

 

Organizations: Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission, Souris Royal Canadian Legion

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  • Souris Fellow
    June 06, 2014 - 20:43

    If the legion is getting shut down for over serving people how the heck is the Bluefin still open?!?!

  • Dundas Sue
    June 06, 2014 - 14:42

    Unfortunate weekend for the Legion but they cant be breaking the rules. The vets will all have to go to someone's house. Nexst time folks, moderation is the key. Only problem is that the rules dont seem to be universally enforced.

  • justin
    June 06, 2014 - 12:13

    Well nice to see the liquor people are starting to get involved with the amount of total drunks there is around every night. Funny how the majority of stories we hear about drunk driving comes from Kings county now we see a bar getting closed because of serving drunk people. Maybe there is connection between the bars drunks and the cops nabbing all these impaired drivers is the same area where this bar is closed. I would say the liquor people need to spread out and start nailing the bars in Ch'town also.

  • same story
    June 06, 2014 - 10:24

    What the hell ? How can a place make any money if no one get drunk? These inspectors are a joke . The bar tender should have slipped him a fifty and he would have went away quietly .

    • don
      June 07, 2014 - 07:50

      they know serving booze to a drunk is not legal. but i guess if that drunk went out a drove his car and murdered your wife or one of your kids you would still agree with the legion making money or safety. or you are a drunk yourself. and to me if the bar tender allows a drunk to get more booze and he kills or injure anyone he should be charged also. but i guess booze are more important then a life maybe even yours.

  • brian
    June 06, 2014 - 09:45

    P.E.I. Liquor control on D day not right