bc liquor laws
The increase in consumption translates into an extra 655 hospital admissions and 31 deaths in B.C., researchers said.
Take a $15 bottle of wine, for example. In B.C., we pay $7.11 for the Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) markup tax, 60 cents in other LDB fees, and 94 cents in Provincial Sales Tax -- a total of $8.65 in taxes. That means when British Columbians buy a bottle of wine, they actually pay more in taxes and markup than for the actual drink itself.
Vancouver's bar and restaurant patios can once again stay open until midnight this summer, after city council voted to continue
And another says she actually sampled the product. While others thought it perhaps wasn't the best idea. What do you think
The B.C. Liberals are considering allowing people to bring alcoholic beverages to beaches and parks, according to attorney
The Vancouver park board has unanimously approved two motions that will mean more parties — and more drinking — in the city’s
B.C. Conservative leader John Cummins says his government would allow beer and wine sales in supermarkets and corner stores
The B.C. Liquor Control and Licensing Branch is cracking down on charities that use donated wine for their fundraisers. The