Events Held at a Place Not Covered by Your Alcohol Permit

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If you operate a restaurant establishment covered by an alcohol permit, you remain subject to mandatory billing measures even in the following situations:

  • You hold a reception (within the meaning of the Act respecting alcohol permits) at a place not covered by your alcohol permit, but located on the premises where you operate your business. For example, if you operate a tourist accommodation establishment and hold a reception in a hall not covered by your alcohol permit, you are still subject to the measures.
  • You obtain a reunion permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages during an event held in a place not covered by your alcohol permit but located on the premises where you operate your business. For example, if you operate a tourist accommodation establishment and obtain a reunion permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages during a wedding taking place under a tent set up outdoors, you are still subject to the measures.

However, if you obtain a reunion permit authorizing you to sell alcoholic beverages during a festival or other similar event (such as a trade show or an exposition) held elsewhere than on the premises where your business is operated, you are not subject to mandatory billing measures.

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