A group of hospitality business owners part of the West Pilbara Liquor Accord are considering their own strategy for addressing alcohol-related harm in the City of Karratha area as an alternative to a pending WA Police application for tighter restrictions.
MONTREAL, Dec. 5, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - The Supreme Court of Canadawill hear, starting tomorrow, a historic case that could help bring down the numerous trade barriers that persist between the provinces, shows a Viewpoint published today by the MEI.
OTTAWA, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today launched the No Escalator Tax campaign demanding the repeal of the federal government’s legislation that automatically raises taxes on beer, wine and spirits each year based on the rate of inflation.
Planning on having a couple of beers this party season? Then keep an eye on how strong your craft beer is if you plan to drive. Police are warning the public not to get caught out by higher alcohol levels in craft beer.
BEIJING — "This is the empty bottle of my last North Korean beer. I sold it last night," Cui Chengri lamented, speaking from his empty Beijing restaurant. "I need re-supply by tonight but I don't know if there will be any."
There is an ‘association’ between drinking and advertising but it isn’t causal, Alcohol Beverages Australia tells inquiry.
The alcohol lobby has said there is no evidence its advertising causes young Australians to drink more, as it fights attempts to implement wide-ranging marketing restrictions in New South Wales.
The ACT is leading a campaign supporting the introduction of mandatory pregnancy health warnings on alcoholic beverages. Minister for Health and Wellbeing, Meegan Fitzharris presented the case for such warnings at the Australian and New Zealand Ministerial Forum on Food Regulation last week.
With the clock ticking down to marijuana legalization in Canada, the debate over who will get to sell it in B.C. is heating up. An alliance of private liquor stores and the union representing government liquor store workers is making the case that they are best equipped to handle recreational pot sales, but not everyone agrees.
A minimum price for alcohol in Wales could hit drinkers on low incomes and lead to some young people turning to drugs, a think-tank will tell AMs.
MONTREAL — As the Supreme Court prepares to hear a landmark case on provincial beer and liquor monopolies, a new poll indicates Canadians overwhelmingly want to tear down trade barriers to alcohol — and any other legal product — across the country.