June 1, 2023

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Beers from Mike Ward in Shippagan: An Inquiry Through Justice and Public Security

Beers from Mike Ward in Shippagan: An Inquiry Through Justice and Public Security

During a comedy show Mike Ward At Shippagan, on Saturday, September 3, large quantities of liquor were distributed to the public.

About 800 people attended the show.

A grand entrance of a van full of 50 cases in 24 Center Rhéal-Cormier continues to talk about beer cans.

Headache in Shippagan

While the incident amused many, it still left a bitter taste in Shippagan.

The mayor of Shippagan, Cassim Doumbia, believes that the municipality will learn from the mistakes made during the presentation of this show.

Photo: Courtesy Kasim Doumbia

A few days after the demonstration, Mayor Cassim Doumbia insisted he did not want to Don’t blame anyone. There may be a communication error on both sides. And we, the municipality, did not take advantage of the opportunity to provide the service.

No bar service provided.

They are team members Mike Ward Went to NB liquor store in Shippagan and bought beer and distributed it for free.

NB Liquor, in Shippagan.

Members of the comedian troupe rushed to fetch beer from the NB Liquor Store in Shippagan.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Rene Landry

Alarmed, the director general of the municipality, who was on site, ensured that water bottles were distributed free of charge.

The New Brunswick Department of Justice and Public Safety advises that consumption of alcohol without a valid license is an offense under the Liquor Control Act.

Spokesperson of the Ministry, Judy Désalliers said neither the Maison de la Culture, the cultural association that organized the show, nor the city of Shippagan, the owner of the arena, had a valid license to serve alcohol.

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If there is no beer here…

Mike Ward The audience refused to start the show without having to drink.

This gesture displeased and embarrassed the cultural community.

It was not in the contractThen the president of the cultural association named Diane Deschenes.

Equally embarrassed, the municipality also offered to reimburse the comedian, which he refused.

Shippagan Mayor Kasim Doumbia said he was not aware an investigation was underway. He prefers to wait before commenting on it.

The cultural community did not call us back.