An ongoing trade dispute swirling around liquor sales in British Columbia reached new heights as the United States filed a formal complaint with the World Trade Organization last month, accusing the Canadian province of discriminating against American wine.
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The latest allows any business in B.C. to apply for a licence to serve liquor, and though the final say still rests with municipal governments, it's expected Alberta's neighbour will soon have art galleries, bookstores, and yes, barber shops, were ordering a glass of wine or cold brew is both allowed and encouraged.
Good luck trying to pick up a bottle of foreign wine while shopping for groceries in British Columbia. A local regulation in the Canadian province only allows the sale of local wine on grocery store shelves. The US says that this is in violation of Canadian trade obligations and has initiated a dispute at the World Trade Organization.
On April 1, 2015, B.C. implemented a discriminatory program to offer only B.C. wines in B.C. grocery stores and continues to expand the number of B.C. wine only outlets, effectively banning imported wines
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