2 edition of liquor laws of Canada. found in the catalog.
liquor laws of Canada.
William James Tremeear
|Statement||Containing the liquor license acts of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, British Columbia, Manitoba and the Territories; and also the Canada temperance act, and excerpts from the Indian act and the inland revenue act of Canada; with comments upon the principal matters and forms applicable thereto. By W. J. Tremeear.|
|LC Classifications||LAW |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 802 p.|
|Number of Pages||802|
|LC Control Number||14002985|
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3 What Campbell () wrote in preface that his study of British Columbia liquor board system was the first of its kind, is still pretty much the case today. The exceptions are Lawlor unpublished thesis () on Quebec, a chapter in the recent history of alcohol in Canada by Heron () and some articles by Marquis (; ). The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) is responsible for administering the Liquor Licence Act (LLA) and specific sections of the Liquor Control Act (LCA), which together with the regulations made under them establish the licensing and regulatory regime for most aspects relating to the sale and service of alcohol in its responsibilities in the .
“We applaud the B.C. government on undertaking the Liquor Policy Review and following through on modernizing the province’s liquor laws. The reforms put in place, such as the prudent roll-out of % B.C. wine sales in grocery stores and farmers markets, are providing convenience and choice to consumers. The liquor laws of Canada. Containing the liquor license acts of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, British Columbia, Manitoba and the Territories; and also the Canada temperance act, and excerpts from the Indian act and the inland revenue act of Canada; with comments upon the principal matters and forms applicable thereto.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tremeear, W. J., Liquor laws of Canada. Toronto, Canada law Book Co., (OCoLC) According to the authors of this new publication, the “driving factors for the liquor laws of Canada are two-fold”: the first is the need to exert control over the manufacture, sale and consumption of liquor in the interests of public safety, and the second is raising revenue – through, for instance, taxes – from that manufacture, sale and consumption to subsidize government services.
The Liquor Laws Of Canada [Canada] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Liquor Laws Of Canada. As it happens, a review of British Columbia’s liquor laws is currently under way, with a report expected by the end of March.
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Licensed establishments are leaders in responsible service and seek fair value for their patrons. Stay up to date on policy changes and other liquor laws of Canada. book and cannabis issues impacting our industry with the news and resources below. Alberta has Canada's only fully privatized liquor system.
But in a country where regulations surrounding the sale of alcohol are many and often maddeningly complex. Important: All liquor licensee advertising and social media use must comply with the Liquor Control and Licensing Regulation, and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's Code for Broadcast Advertising of Alcoholic Beverages.
Persons who do not hold a liquor licence may advertise liquor but not brands, manufacturers, or prices. Alcohol Laws in Canada. In Ontario, anyone 19 years of age or older may buy liquor or wine from the "LCBO" (government-run liquor stores).
Beer may be purchased from "The Beer Store". These outlets are located throughout Ontario. Domestic wines are also available from retail wine stores in most of our larger cities. Under the Constitution of Canada, responsibility for enacting laws and regulations regarding the sale and distribution of alcoholic drinks in Canada is the sole responsibility of the ten provinces.
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Canada liquor laws face constitutional challenges Yahoo News AFP Aug Ottawa (AFP) – Fighting to liberalize booze sales, Canadian drinkers and distillers argued in separate legal challenges this week against “unconstitutional” restrictions on the sale and movement of alcohol.
If the court sides with them, the cases could have broad implications for. Liquor Control and Licensing Act. [includes amendments up to B.C.
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Prescribed class of licence — application of Act. Part 2 — Licences and Endorsements.Liquor Law Reform in Canada. In the s, as Prohibition in Canada was on the retreat, the federal government and each of the provincial governments were in agreement that liquor sales and consumption needed to be tightly controlled.
It’s a big day for businesses and imbibers in British Columbia, as a series of long-championed and long-awaited liquor laws go into effect.
Under the auspices of reducing “red tape,” the BC gov took the 73 recommendations from the Liquor Policy Review and put legislation into motion accordingly in order to “update antiquated laws” (their very apt words).