British Columbia Considers Grocery Spirits Sales

The B.C. government is looking to allow sales of beer and wine in grocery stores, but if the plan goes ahead, don’t expect super-cheap deals like consumers can get in the U.S. or Alberta. Parliamentary secretary for the B.C. Liquor Policy Review John Yap said the province will likely look at so-called “store within a store” models such as what exists in Ontario. (Vancouver Sun)