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1Catering for an Event Empty Catering for an Event on Wed Jan 21, 2009 11:52 am

I am doing a one time catering event for a friend. do I need insurance? where do i get it? About how much will this cost?

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2Catering for an Event Empty Insurance Coverage for Events on Thu Jan 22, 2009 1:26 pm

If you are holding this event in a private residence you will only need to obtain a Special Occasions Permit to serve liquor. You can get these at the LCBO for approx. $75. If you are having the event in a venue space you will need to speak to the owner/operator of that space to see if you need any insurance to work in their space.

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