Alberta, Nova Scotia and Manitoba have also eliminated restrictions on how much personal booze people can bring into those provinces.
Cannabis Beverage Producers Alliance wants to produce pot-based drinks in the same facilities as other beverages are made.
A Supreme Court ruling that there’s no ‘constitutional guarantee of free trade’ will stifle both competition and lower prices for consumers.
Watch for a Supreme Court of Canada’s key ruling on buying booze and interprovincial trade.
Beverage maker said it was mistake to sell the product, designed to counter Four Loko made by a US competitor.
89% of respondents say Canadians should be able to bring any legal product from one province to another.
Prepare for workplace issues related to the medical and recreational use of marijuana.
Senators have voted 46-32 to delete a so-called escalator tax on booze from the federal government’s budget.
Legalization would take $160 million out of Canada’s $22.1 billion alcohol sector.
…But free flow of booze across provincial borders will have to wait.
New mark-up and tax structure will allow distillers to keep about 45% of their on-site sales, up from 39%.
Pending a Unifor appeal, it may become easier for an employer to introduce a valid testing policy.
Deal doesn’t include Pinnacle’s cider business.
Wants arbitration ruling against oil sands developer reinstated.
Top brands account for more than $45 billion in worldwide sales.