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New Liquor Changes In BC

/ 97.3 The Eagle

A raft of new liquor rules come into effect across B-C on Monday in a move the provincial government says will create new opportunities for businesses and convenience for consumers. The policy changes include allowing businesses such as barbershops and spas to serve alcoholic beverages, and allowing people at golf courses to take their drinks from one service area to another. Coralee Oakes, the minister responsible for the liquor distribution branch, says the government has come a long way since it first started updating B-C’s antiquated liquor laws. The province says there are currently 125 breweries, 35 craft distilleries and 345 wineries across B-C.

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