TORONTO — Rogers Centre has been slapped with temporary liquor licence suspensions for three games after infractions at previous events.
A baseball game next Tuesday between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Detroit Tigers will be alcohol-free along with another Jays game on April 21.
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The liquor licence for an August football game has also been suspended.
Fans won’t be served alcohol on Aug. 1 when the Toronto Argonauts host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
A statement from the Rogers Centre doesn’t specify when infractions that led to the suspensions happened at the stadium.
Tickets to either of the baseball games can be swapped for another game, though there’s no word yet on potential exchanges for the Aug.1 football game.