The Ontario government is amending liquor laws to provide consumers with more delivery options and allow boat operators with liquor sales licences to temporarily sell and serve alcohol while their boat is docked.
British Columbia is temporarily permitting hospitality businesses that have closed their doors to sell their reserved liquor stock.
Press release By reducing markup and creating grant programs, the Alberta government is supporting the province’s liquor industry and helping businesses grow and thrive. Since launching in August 2016, the Alberta Small Brewers Development Program has provided eligible small brewers with grant funding, giving recipients the flexibility to invest in their businesses, increase production capacity, […]
Press release New local tech startup Deliverr is connecting people to local Regina stores and restaurants. Deliverr Beta launched in Regina April 16, 2017 and since then shopping just got a lot easier for Regina citizens. While it is still in Open Beta, the delivery app allows customers to get anything they need from local Regina stores that they know and love. To place […]
Press release An updated Liquor Control and Licencing Act and regulation came into force on Jan. 23 that will create new opportunities for businesses, increase convenience for consumers and enhance the Province’s commitment to social responsibility. Legislative changes The Liquor Policy Review made 73 recommendations to update antiquated laws for British Columbians and reduce red tape. […]
Press release British Columbia has announced changes that will allow businesses with only outdoor patio seating to apply to offer liquor service, a move that will create new opportunities for small businesses and support increased consumer choice. Previously, patios could only be licensed to serve liquor if they were attached to an indoor venue which held […]