British Columbians desiring for a major change in their province’s liquor laws only have until October 31st to express their opinion and desire for reform.
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The province’s online Liquor Policy Review consultation will end on this Thursday, October 31. The process began on September 14 and to date it has received 1,702 comments and 1,321 emails from the public and groups. As well, 422 discussion topics have been made and 45 stakeholder meetings have been held.
Those who wish for the province to make major changes to its highly archaic laws should submit their views to the website prior to the Thursday deadline. You can submit your views for change online and learn more about the province’s liquor history by clicking here.
A final report compiling the submissions will be presented as a final report to Attorney General Suzanne Anton next month.
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