Liquor Policies for British Columbians

Liquor Policies for British Columbians

Microform - 1987
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Since the last public review of liquor issues was a 1969 Royal Commission theprovincial government decided to reconsider its polices on liquor pricing,control and licensing, privatization of liquor retailing, and distributions.The process included public consultation resulting in the submission of over400 briefs, 1200 letters and numerous petitions that brought up furtherissues such as the nature and type oflicences, hours of operation of licensed premises, the nature of liquoradvertising and the role that municipalities should play in liquor licensing.The reviewing committee also studied licensing models and public and privateliquor retailing programs of Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Washington, Oregon,California and Iowa.
Publisher: Victoria : Province of British Columbia, 1987
Description: 70 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 87-05139

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