October 23, 2013: Last Chance to be Heard: BC Gov Wraps Up Liquor Review


Last Chance to be Heard: BC Gov Wraps Up Liquor Review  

It has been almost 2 months since the British Columbia government began a comprehensive review or our province’s liquor regulations.  Early in September we did a #BCWineChat about what you’d like to see changed and now that the review window is closing we thought it would be good for you to get one last chance to speak up, let the government know what is REALLY important to you.

Join us at 8pm Wednesday for an hour of discussion about this very important review process.  After all, you are the most important stakeholder being consulted…the voting public.

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