Canada: More Alcohol at Wholesale Prices for British Columbia Restaurants and Bars

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British Columbia restaurants and bars will be able to purchase alcoholic beverages at wholesale prices through March 31, 2021; hospitality sector businesses have traditionally paid full retail prices. The temporary policy is intended to support the hospitality sector during the COVID-19 pandemic and should level the playing field for imported wines.

Canada: More Alcohol at Wholesale Prices for British Columbia Restaurants and Bars

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