Posted July 20, 2018
Cross-province beer shopping in Canada is about to improve
Saint Andrews, NB – According to CBC, “the amount of liquor individuals can bring across a provincial boundary for personal use is set to at least double.”
The deal was reached during a gathering of premiers in Saint Andrews, NB as part of the Council of the Federation.
“Canada’s provinces and territories, which have jurisdiction over the sale of alcohol, formed a working group on alcoholic beverages last year after they were unable to agree on how to liberalize liquor sales before the rest of the text of the Canadian Free Trade Agreement took effect last summer,” explains CBC.
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