C-19 - Cities and Towns Act
348.5. Where public tranquility is at issue under subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 384.3, the court may, among other factors, take into account:
(1) any gathering or assembly that results or may result from the activity or use, that may cause excessive noise or otherwise disturb the peace in the neighbourhood;
(2) the failure by the holder to take appropriate measures to prevent, in the premises concerned,
(a) the unlawful possession, consumption, sale, exchange or giving, in any manner, of a drug, narcotic or any other substance that may be held to be a drug or narcotic;
(b) the unlawful possession of a firearm or any other offensive weapon;
(c) acts of violence, including theft or mischief, that may disturb the peace of occupants or customers or of residents of the neighbourhood.