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The Justice Ministry of British Columbia is now expanding its targets for the Minors as Agent Program (M.A.P) that was started three years ago. In 2010 the Liquor Control and Licensing Act, of British Columbia, was amended to allow a minor to be contracted by the Province of British Columbia to purchase liquor from liquor […]
Vancouver City Council unanimously passed a proposal put forward by Mayor Gregor Robertson to allow patios to expand their hours of operation past 11pm in the City of Vancouver. Rising Tide Consultants can help liquor licensees with patios, participate in the relaxed regulation by applying for consideration in extending their hours. The City will look at each […]
For the past four years Rising Tide Consultants has been volunteering their assistance to Theatre Under the Stars with licensing their live events, which are theatrical performances in Vancouver’s Stanley Park. Theatre Under the Stars Musical Society is a not for profit society which provides amateur actors and technicians the opportunity to gain valuable experience […]
Rising Tide Consultants is very pleased to announce another successful liquor licensed event in BC. This year’s Center of Gravity, Canada’s Hottest Beach Festival, took place in Kelowna on August 2 – 4. Proceeds from the event went to KBAAD (K Billie Artist and Athlete Development) who is committed to exposing new fresh artistic and athletic […]
British Columbians will have an opportunity to have their voices heard regarding the modernization of B.C.’s antiquated liquor laws. Parliamentary Secretary for Liquor Policy Reform, John Yap, will begin the first phase of his review today. Phase one begins with letters being sent out to major stakeholders throughout B.C. asking for their written feedback and […]
The BC Ministry of Justice’s Liquor Control and Licensing Branch is responsible for the control and licensing of all forms of drinkable alcohol in the province. Among those regulated by the branch are bars and restaurants, alcohol manufacturers, private alcohol stores, and caterers serving alcohol at special occasions. While one school of thought may think […]
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