Liquor Licence Act (Ontario)

The Liquor Licence Act of Ontario is a provincial act in Ontario dealing with licensing and possession of alcohol. In most cases the act impacts eateries requiring a licence to serve alcohol.

The origins of this act lie in the Prohibition period when alcohol was deemed illegal.

Under the provisions of the act, alcohol is still sold by the province at the LCBO, but also sold by non-government locations like The Beer Store and the Wine Rack.

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