Well where I live (Northern Ontario, Canada) drinking and driving is a common practice of our locals. This past summer three young teens (2-15yrs, 1-16yrs) were killed when getting off the bus as a 26yr old impaired driver ran them down, fled the scene and crashed into a house. Our city is not very large (150 000 people or so). The establishment that served him alcohol to the point of intoxication was shut down by the police. Another similar event occurred last year with the death of 17 yr girl resulting. My question to you is, do you feel an establishment that serves alcohol to minors (our legal age is 19yrs) or serves an individual to the point of intoxication should be held liable for injuries or deaths that occurred as a result? Mostly I am curious what other people in the world think. Personally, I think they should be responsible. The need to make money should not supercede public safety or allow them to be above the law as stated by the liquor license. Many locals disagree....what do you think?