Liquor License Ease Served up


Liquor licence applications will be processed more efficiently thanks to upcoming changes involving local governments and First Nations.

Currently, when a business applies for a liquor primary licence, manufacturer lounge or special event area, the application is reviewed by the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch (LCLB).

The application is then referred to the local government or First Nation whose role is to gather public input and provide a recommendation to LCLB. In some cases, this process can take up to one year because the provincial and local government or First Nation reviews happen consecutively.

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Vernon Morning Star – November 9, 2016

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