Students Recognized For Initiative Promoting Sobriety In Prince Albert, Sask.

Prince Albert police recognized four high school students on Tuesday to thank them for their efforts in promoting sobriety in the community.


Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation Says Year-end Sales Up 5.8 Per Cent

Compared to the previous fiscal year, according to an NSLC press release, the net income was $237 million, down $1.2 million, while total sales were up by $36.4 million to $662.1 million.


Controversial Winery Hotel Back Before Penticton Council

A proposed winery hotel that has upset some neighbours will be back before Penticton council on Tuesday.


Alcohol-related Deaths Remain A ?silent Epidemic? In Canada: Expert

Fresh data shows that in 2017-2018, there were 249 alcohol-related hospitalizations in Canada every day per 100,000 people.


Beer To Be Sold In Select New Brunswick Grocery Stores Beginning In October

The new beverage portfolio will include beer in specific package sizes, ready-to-drink products, an updated wine selection and local products.


Brewery Applauds Ford Government For Potential Beer Store Contract Termination

One microbrewery in Bath, Ont. is hoping that the end of this contract will be its chance to increase sales.


Saskatchewan Eliminates Personal Importation Limits For Alcohol

Saskatchewan residents can now bring an unlimited amount of alcohol from other provinces and territories back home for personal use.


Memorial Honouring Victims Of Impaired Drivers Unveiled In Saskatoon

Lou Van de Vorst and Allan Kerpan were instrumental in the creation of a memorial for the victims of impaired driving.


Alcohol A Factor In Fatal Rollover In Northern Saskatchewan, Rcmp Say

A 53-year-old woman is dead after a rollover in northern Saskatchewan.


2 Impaired Driving Charges Laid By Battlefords Rcmp During Enforcement Campaign

With check stops and other initiatives conducted between May-12-20, two people were charged with impaired driving by Battlefords RCMP.

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