Canada’s premiers have agreed in principle to reduce barriers to movement of alcohol across provincial and territorial borders, although they haven’t released any details.
The meetings in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.
New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant says provinces are willing to increase import limits although some provinces want to consult with the public in order to determine how it will be done.
A statement says some jurisdictions may eliminate limits entirely, as is now the case in Manitoba and Alberta.
Gallant says New Brunswick remains committed to doubling its limit on the amount of beer and alcohol that can be taken across its borders.