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Vancouver, B.C. (AP) VANCOUVER, British Columbia – In some cities, it’s expensive to buy booze.

In other cities, you can find cheaper booze.

Vancouver’s Liquor Control Board says there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but in the capital of British Columbia, it has been forced to take drastic measures.

The B.F. Liquor Corporation has had to limit its sales in Vancouver to just 10 per cent of the number of licensed establishments, limiting its market share to the smallest number of establishments, as the city’s population grows.

It’s the first time the board has had any restrictions in the city.

It’s also the first year since the province’s liquor licensing system was overhauled in 2010 that Vancouver is allowing limited sales.VANCOURN – A new law allows the sale of only 10 per per cent alcohol in Vancouver’s bars, restaurants, and taverns.

That’s a stark contrast from the 10 per a bottle limit that was in place in 2012, when it was a 20 per cent market share for the province.

B.F.’s liquor board says the changes were necessary to combat growing demand and improve quality.

Vancouver was once known as the booze capital of the world, but now it’s one of the province, and has become a top tourist destination for some people.

The board says there is an increasing demand for premium drinks.

“The market is shifting toward premium products like craft beer, cocktails and wines,” said B.G. Liquors Chief Operating Officer David Fong.

He says this is happening with a high degree of frequency.

It’s very expensive for a lot of businesses to stay in business, and it’s also very expensive to produce those premium products, which makes it difficult for the business to stay solvent and profitable.

In other words, they’re struggling to keep their businesses solvent.

The board has been enforcing the 10 pence per bottle rule since June 1.

The 10 pences is a measure that limits sales of beer, wine and spirits to 20 per per bottle.

I think it’s a fair price for the premium products that we have to sell in the market, said Fong, who says the rules are a necessary first step to ensure that businesses can still survive.

But, he added, the 10 percent limit is still a significant price increase for many people.

When we first began enforcing the rule, I thought, this is a reasonable price, but we need to make it as fair as possible for the consumer,” Fong said.

As we move forward, we are also going to continue to review our rules and regulations to ensure we have a fair and equitable approach to this, he said.”

I think the consumer will benefit from a little bit of a more fair approach.

I think they’re going to be a little more comfortable with it.

“Some of the restrictions are more subtle, such as allowing for an 80-cent-per-ounce limit on sales of liquor to restaurants, but there are also a few that could have a dramatic impact.

Fong says that the ban on selling liquor in supermarkets and convenience stores will be lifted in the coming weeks.

Other restrictions are subtle, including requiring that liquor be labelled, and bars to keep them in a separate room.

B.C.’s provincial government says it has a $40 million plan to address the problem of poor quality liquor in bars.

One of the most important steps is ensuring that there is no duplication of the sale.

For example, if a bar sells wine in the store and another bar does the same with beer, they would have to do the same, and then they would both have to be responsible for that,” said Gordon Seng, the provincial liquor minister.

This means that, in some cases, bars that sell wine will sell the same product.

But, because the sale would take place in a store, the consumer wouldn’t know it was the same beer, he says.

The liquor board is asking for $30,000 from the provincial government to fund the pilot program.

(CBC News)The board also is asking the province for $10,000 a year to help pay for the pilot project, and $5,000 for marketing and public awareness campaigns.

Some residents in the B.E.T. area of the city are upset about the new law.

Bar owner Jim Wilson said he has never been more frustrated with the government’s decision to have a 10 p.p.a. limit on the sale and the restrictions it puts on the industry.

We’re just so fed up with it, he told CBC News.

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