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    No liquor licence this summer for Niagara Belle dinner cruises

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    John Kinney’s hopes for a liquor licence to get his dinner cruises underway on this side of the Niagara River have been dashed.

    He was counting on complaints from residents being thrown out at a preheating held last week, but instead, an October date has been set for a hearing before a tribunal of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for Niagara Sunset Cruises.

    The goal of a preheating is to resolve issues through discussions between an applicant and those who are objecting to the granting of a licence, but that didn’t happen, said Queenston resident Marilyn Armstrong, who was at the informal meeting as one of the objectors.

    Biz Beat: Hooters returning to Falls

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    The orange short shorts are making a comeback.

    After a three-year absence from Niagara Falls, John Goard, director of operations for Hooters in southern Ontario, said the world-famous restaurant known for its scantily-dressed waitresses is returning.

    “Niagara Falls is a major, worldwide tourist market and we need to be there,” said Goard.

    An application to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for a liquor licence was recently approved meaning an opening could happen sometime this spring, Goard said. The restaurant will be on the ground floor of the Baymont Inn on Ferry St.

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