The Toronto Licensing Tribunal will issue a Notice of Hearing to you, setting out the date that you are scheduled to attend.
Along with the Notice of Hearing, you will receive a copy of a report that contains the facts and sections of the bylaw upon which MLS intends to rely on at the hearing. You should carefully review the entire contents of the report. You are encouraged to read this report, which contains the facts and sections of the bylaw upon which Municipal Licensing & Standards (MLS) intends to rely on at the hearing. If you have any concerns with the information contained in the report, please contact Municipal Licensing and Standards directly.
At the hearing, explain why you believe you should be issued or permitted to retain a Municipal licence.
You may give evidence yourself, you may bring witnesses who have knowledge of relevant facts, and you may bring relevant documents.
Note: Any information submitted to or presented before the Tribunal, forms part of the Tribunal record and is subject to public disclosure.
Prepare for the hearing by considering any resources, documents, and/or evidence that you will need to support your application.
The following are examples of documents that you may provide beforehand or at the hearing if they are relevant: