Special Occasion permit

Special Occasion Permits are used for the sale and service of beverage alcohol at special occasions such as weddings, charity fundraisers, receptions etc. Special Occasion Permits are issued through Liquor Control Board of Ontario ("LCBO") SOP service stores throughout the province on behalf of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario ("AGCO").

The Township of North Dumfries owns and manages facilities and property where alcohol consumption is not permitted and other facilities and property where alcohol consumption is permitted under the authority of a Special Occasion Permit.

The Township of North Dumfries cannot issue a Special Occasion Permit (SOP) however, the Township requires a copy of a Special Occasion Permit upon the rental of our community hall facilities when alcohol will be served. $2 million liability insurance is required by the Township to host an event with a Special Occasion Permit

In order to learn more about applying for a SOP please visit the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario website.

To view the Municipal Alcohol Policy, please click here. If you require it in an alternate format contact mail@northdumfries.ca

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