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Tuesday May 13th, 2014

Posted at 1:06pm

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The Treehouse Bar & Grill as seen in Google Street View

The Treehouse Bar & Grill in Downtown Windsor has had its liquor licence suspended for seven days after alleged disorderly conduct at the bar in November 2013.

In a decision handed down by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, the bar allegedly contravened the Liquor Licence Act on November 3rd when “numerous patrons exiting the licensed establishment were either involved in fights or attempted to start fights in front of the premises.”

Windsor Police were called to control the situation and the AGCO says “police closed the establishment due to public safety concerns.”

In paperwork released to the media Tuesday, the AGCO said the bar failed to “ensure that reasonable measures were in place and reasonable efforts were made to deter disorderly conduct on property adjacent to and in the vicinity of the premises.”

The bar’s liquor licence was suspended as of Monday May 11th at 11am and will remain suspended until 2am on Sunday May 18th.

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