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Stores currently only licensed to sell cold beer and wine in British Columbia may soon be permitted to sell spirits as well, according to a reported statement from the province's minister for competition, science and enterprise, Rick Thorpe. As the law currently stands, only the state's monopoly stores are allowed to sell spirits.


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