October 2019
Attorney General Proposing to Extend Hours of Alcohol Sale and Service in Airports

2019-10-29 9:27:54 AM

Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General is proposing a change to Regulation 719 of the Liquor License Act to allow alcohol to be sold and served at licensed establishments in the post-security area of certain airports 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The current house of sale and service for licensed establishments, including those located in airport terminals, are from 9am to 2am, seven days a week. The government says this proposal would align Ontario with rules on the sale and service of alcohol elsewhere in Canada and align with the recommendation from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce to remove serving hour restrictions.

The proposed change is part of a wider effort to modernize provincial rules and “provide enhanced opportunities for Ontario consumers and businesses”.

The deadline to submit comments is November 29th, 2019.

For more information, please see below:

Ontario Regulatory Registry: Proposed Extension of Hours of Alcohol Sale and Service in Licensed Establishments in Certain Airports in Ontario


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