Liquor Store Sting: Private B.C. Stores More Likely To Sell Booze To Minors

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Four times as many private B.C. liquor stores sold booze to minors as government stores, a B.C. liquor control branch sting operation has found.

When liquor branch agents under 19 years old tried to buy liquor at 98 government liquor stores, they were sold liquor four per cent of the time, says a 2011-12 report on the minors-as-agents program.

Read the whole story at The Vancouver Sun