B.C. scraps personal limits on out-of-province booze

From Global News | BC, by Simon Little

Photo: Under prior regulations, B.C. residents were limited to bringing no more than three litres of spirits, nine litres of wine and 25.6 litres of beer, cider or coolers into the province. Ryan Rocca / Global News File


British Columbians returning to the province will no longer have to limit how much Niagara wine or Alberta whiskey they pack in their suitcases.

Under prior regulations, B.C. residents were limited to bringing no more than three litres of spirits, nine litres of wine and 25.6 litres of beer, cider or coolers into the province.

While those restrictions were rarely enforced, Canadians in other provinces have run afoul of the law for carrying too much liquor over the provincial line.

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