DoorDash is launching alcohol delivery in Canada, allowing users to browse and safely order a wide selection of drinks from restaurants, grocery stores, local retailers, and convenience stores. The alcohol delivery feature is also coming to 20 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, as well as Australia. A DoorDash press release notes this service […]
Beer Canada is calling on the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance to implement targeted support measures to help save local restaurants as part of its 2022 pre-budget consultations. In particular, the organization is advocating for a 50-per-cent tax cut on draught beer sold to licensed bars and restaurants. “A 50-per-cent tax cut on […]
B.C. liquor stores are getting more flexibility in their operations on a permanent basis. Liquor retailers in the province had been authorized to open earlier for the safety and convenience of their customers during the COVID-19 pandemic back in April 2020. In April 2020, the government temporarily authorized retailers including wine stores and private liquor […]
Effective Tuesday, June 15, British Columbia moved into Step 2 of its reopening process, meaning that B.C. restaurants can now serve liquor until midnight. Indoor dining in B.C. restaurants reopened on May 25 after two months closed as Step 1 of the targeted relaunch plan began. Under those terms, restaurants could serve liquor until 10 […]
British Columbia has announced that B.C. wholesale alcohol pricing will become a permanent measure, allowing restaurants, bars, and tourism operators to buy liquor at lower prices. A temporary change to allow for B.C. wholesale alcohol pricing was enacted in June 2020 in a bid to help revive a struggling industry that has been hit devastatingly […]
ORHMA The Ontario Restaurant, Hotel & Motel Association (ORHMA) is urging the province to cut Ontario beverage alcohol pricing to support the province’s foodservice and hospitality establishments. Back in the summer of 2020, British Columbia announced it would allow restaurants to purchase liquor at wholesale prices. That move has been credited with reducing alcohol costs by up to 25 per […]
The AGCO will allow certain liquor licensed establishments to extend their premises to increase capacity until 2022.
The province is lowering tax and hydro costs for businesses and extending the legality of alcohol delivery from restaurants
Ontario now prohibits the sale of alcohol after 11 p.m. and requires bars and restaurants to close by 12 a.m. after COVID-19 case spike.
Press Release Spirits sales volumes in Canada increased by 3.2 per cent in 2018, the largest year-over-year increase since 2006, according to Spirits Canada. “Canadian adult consumers demonstrated their great enthusiasm last year for Spirits, Spirits Cocktails and Spirits-based beverages”, stated Jan Westcott, president and CEO of Spirits Canada. Nationally, Vodka (including flavoured “Vodka”) was the most popular spirits […]