Air Canada Centre loses liquor licence for a week
Patrons of Toronto's Air Canada Centre need not bring beer money in late December.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario slapped the ACC with a seven-day penalty for "permitting drunken patrons to be in the licensed patrons."
The infractions occurred in the fall of 2002 at a Toronto Maple Leafs game and a Rolling Stones concert.
As a result, there will be no alcohol served at the ACC from Dec. 21-28.
The venue is scheduled to host three major events that week:
with files from CP Online