The Canadian Press

2015-08-28 | Beer Battle

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The chief financial officer for Moosehead Breweries says he has no problem with New Brunswickers going to Quebec for lower priced beer for their personal use. But Patrick Oland says he worries that if current import restrictions are removed it could result in bootleggers bringing truckloads of beer into New Brunswick for illegal distribution. (Oland testified this morning in Campbellton where Gerard Comeau is charged with illegally importing 14 cases of beer and three bottles of liquor from a Quebec border town in October 2012. The New Brunswick Liquor Control Act prohibits anyone in the province from having more than 12 pints of beer that wasn't purchased through an N-B Liquor outlet. The defence argues that's unconstitutional.)

Date: 2015-08-28
Placeline: CAMPBELLTON, New Brunswick.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 18 seconds

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