Port Coquitlam allows booze in parks

From Tri-City News, by Diane Strandberg. Photograph By GETTY IMAGES

The pilot program puts Port Coquitlam at the forefront of initiatives to make public spaces more open to people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Port Coquitlam residents can now share an alcoholic toast in their neighbourhood park after city council approved a pilot program for booze in public parks for the summer.

Bylaws to enable Port Coquitlam’s pilot project will come to the June 23 council meeting for a vote, which means responsible drinking of beer, wine or spirits could be permitted at the seven parks as soon as June 24.

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