A Toronto Bar Was Shut Down After Hosting A 'Noisy' Party During The Lockdown
People weren't wearing masks.
Another Toronto bar is about to lose its licence after hosting an illegal gathering during the lockdown.
512 Queen Street West, is in hot water after hosting a "noisy party" with over 10 people in attendance., located at
For those that are either unable or unwilling to comply, the AGCO will not hesitate to take the appropriate regulatory action including revoking a licence.
Tom Mungham, Registrar and CEO, AGCO
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) is now moving to revoke the establishment’s permit for breaking with the Liquor Licence Act.
The incident occurred on December 13, 2020, at 12:45 a.m.
Officers entered the premises to find over 10 people inside, all of whom were failing to social distance or wear face coverings.
Toronto police also laid charges against the directors and officers of the corporate licensee who both attended the party.
Sadly, this isn't the first time a former staple of the city's nightlife has disobeyed COVID-19 rules.
Goldie, a bar located on King Street West, wasback in July after hosting a party with over 150 people in attendance.