It would also help if a certain big venue would …

Comment on ‘Reduce chaos: police needed at all liquor outlets’ by Heather Wells.

It would also help if a certain big venue would stop the continued sale of alcohol to obviously intoxicated people and allowing those intoxicated people to finish off their drink before they are sent on their way.
The LLC would do a service to this community if they visited licensed venues and watched both the customers and staff. People in charge are not adhering to the LLC laws, IMHO.

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I posted a reply to a traffic violation on Facebook and got roasted.
No public transport in that area, we all did it, and a FFS.
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And maybe a survey on who gets asked why, when, where in regard to liquour sales would answer the points brought up in this article.
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