Cheers! Penticton Agrees To Beach Booze Bylaw At Select Beaches, Parks

On Wednesday, Penticton city council approved a bylaw that allowed public drinking at select places.


Penticton, B.c., City Council To Host Special Meeting For Beach Booze Bylaw

The bylaw would extend a pilot project that allowed public drinking at select public spaces and ran from June 4 to July 3.


Vancouver Park Board Delays Vote On Drinking In Select Parks For Possible Expansion

The motion asks staff to consider including at least one park in each of the 23 distinct neighbourhoods in the city.


2 Bottles Of High-end Whiskey, Worth $80k, Stolen From Richmond, B.c., Liquor Store

Richmond RCMP tell Global News that on June 27, around 7:30 p.m., two bottles of Dalmore Constellation were taken from the Brighouse B.C. Liquor Store.


Coronavirus: Vancouver Council Votes To Allow Drinking At Some Public Places

A reconsideration of a motion to allow alcohol consumption in select public places passed on Tuesday.


Bootlegging Charge Laid In Northern Saskatchewan Community

Pelican Narrows RCMP said 32 60-ounce bottles of hard liquor and 164 cans of beer were seized in the vehicle.


1 Glass, Not 2 Or 3: Study Says Canada’s Drinking Guidelines Are Too High

Even following the current low-risk drinking guidelines can put you at significant risk, a new study suggests.


Crown Looks To Fight Ruling On ‘intoxication’ Defence

While such cases are rare and successfully raising an intoxication defence would be difficult, critics argued it had undermined a measure aimed at protecting women from sexual violence.


La Loche Rcmp Charge 3 With Bootlegging

Three people are facing bootlegging charges after allegedly bringing alcohol into La Loche, Sask., where alcohol sales are currently banned.


Taprooms Opening As New Brunswick’s Covid-19 Recovery Plan Continues

Some New Brunswick breweries are opening their taprooms as part of the province's second stage of its COVID-19 recovery plan.

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