The following report was originally published at Vancouver Sun and Huffington Post Canada. The annual meeting of Canada’s premiers at the … Continue reading Premiers Intervene So Canadians Can Drink Premium #BCWine
Canada’s federal government are campaigning for more open trade between provinces Liquor monopolies and inter-provincial trade barriers that allow them … Continue reading Will improved #internaltrade help #BCwine? YES!
The following op-ed was co-authored by Mark Hicken and John Skinner, directors of the Modernize Wine Association. It was originally … Continue reading Five ways to reform B.C.’s antiquated liquor laws
UPDATE: An Ontarian representative of the liquor industry decries BC’s complaints, accusing BC’s wineries of being ‘entitled’ and says “The … Continue reading Ontario should put wine consumers first: Hicken
Post courtesy of winelaw.ca. June 28th was the one year anniversary of the unanimous passage of Bill C-311, which removed … Continue reading A year after federal shipping law reform, provincial barriers remain
And what about CanCon in interprovincial shipments? asks Graham Since we last checked in on the progress of federal Bill … Continue reading Bill C-311 is the law of the land – now what?
Latest modernization of BC liquor laws seen as a "win-win-win" scenario In what is likely to be a very popular … Continue reading Bring your own wine comes to BC restaurants–corkage fees may apply