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Islamic centre calls for end to Good Robot Brewery's liquor licence
by Ben Cousins
A north-end Halifax Islamic centre is calling for the immediate cancellation of their next-door neighbour's liquor licence for what they call a "frontal attack to our way of life."
The Centre for Islamic Development and the Ishan Academy issued a formal complaint against their Robie Street neighbours, the Good Robot Brewing Company, to the Nova Scotia Alcohol, Gaming, Fuel, Tobacco Division on Sept. 28.
The facility is calling for Good Robot's licence to be revoked under section 29 of the Liquor Licensing Regulations which allows for someone to ask in writing to have a liquor licence cancelled or limited based on the establishment "interfering with the quiet enjoyment of neighbouring properties."
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