Liquor licences: forms and documents

Collection of forms and documents for liquor licences.

This collection provides applications, forms and documents to support liquor licences for private and public events, as well as for permanently licensed establishments. Liquor licences are specific to the type of establishment you operate.

Liquor

Caterer Extension (eating establishment)

Eating establishments need a Caterer Extension to serve alcohol at an offsite event they’re catering.

Club Liquor Licence

Societies, non-profits and other organizations with club facilities need a Club Liquor Licence to serve alcohol to members and their guests.

Criminal record check: Permanent Liquor Licence

Permanent Liquor Licence applicants and new managers at establishments with a Permanent Liquor Licence may need a criminal record check as part of the liquor licensing process.

Entertainment notification: Permanent Liquor Licence

Establishments with a Permanent Liquor Licence need to notify the Alcohol, Gaming, Fuel and Tobacco Division if they want to host entertainment.

Personal history report for managers: Permanent Liquor Licence

Establishments with a Permanent Liquor Licence need to apply to have a new manager approved.

Permanent Liquor Licence

Businesses, societies and non-profits need a Permanent Liquor Licence to serve alcohol by the glass.

Move a liquor licence to a new location

Businesses, societies and non-profits with a liquor licence need to apply for approval to move their liquor licence to a new location.

Apply for approval to renovate an establishment with a liquor licence

Businesses, societies and non-profits with a liquor licence need to apply for approval to renovate their establishment or make changes to the floor plan.

Special Occasion Liquor Licence (class 1, 2 and 3)

Individuals and organizations need a Special Occasion Liquor Licence to serve or sell alcohol at an event.

Special Occasion Liquor Licence (class 4): temporary physical extension of premises

Permanent Liquor Licence holders need a Special Occasion Liquor Licence (class 4) to temporarily serve alcohol in an area adjacent to the licensed premises.

Special Occasion Liquor Licence (class 4): temporary physical extension of premises (clubs)

Societies, non-profits and other organizations with a Club Liquor Licence need a Special Occasion Liquor Licence (class 4) to temporarily serve alcohol in an area adjacent to the licensed premises or at a private event.

Transfer a Permanent Liquor Licence to new owners

Businesses, societies and non-profits that buy a licensed establishment need to apply for approval to transfer the liquor licence to their name or company name.

Get an underage performer approved: liquor licences

Licensed cabarets, lounges and beverage rooms need to apply to have an underage performer approved to perform.

Ferment-on-premises

Annual production report: Ferment-on-premises Licence

Organizations with a Ferment-on-premises Licence need to submit an annual production report.

Ferment-on-premises Licence

Facilities that allow their customers to produce their own beer, wine or cider onsite need a Ferment-on-premises Licence.

Transfer Ferment-on-premises Licence to new owners

Apply to transfer a Ferment-on-premises Licence to your name if you’re buying a facility where customers can make their own beer, wine or cider.

Relocate a Ferment-on-premises Licence to a new location

Apply to get approval to move a Ferment-on-Premises Licence to a new facility.