A well-known local tavern received a liquor licence suspension following the drowning death of one of the bar's patrons last year.
The Hodder Tavern will lose its license for 35 days, with the suspension beginning on June 7.
The decision by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission states the owners of the tavern admitted to serving two intoxicated patrons on June 3, 2009.
One of those patrons, 28-year-old James Christopher Sims, was later found dead in Boulevard Lake.
The decision also lists two other incidents of intoxicated patrons being found in the premises later that year.
The Hodder Tavern had no prior record of discipline imposed by the province.
Officials with the tavern were not available for comment.