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Changes are coming to BC's archaic liqour laws just months before the next provincial election.
Minister responsible Rich Coleman unveiled the first change today but promised more will be coming soon.
"Stay tuned within the next number of days actually you might see some things there is a couple little I's and T's have got dotted and all of the things I said I am going to try and accomplish should be accomplished very shortly."
As for what changes might be coming, Vice President of the Canadian Restaurant and Food Service Association Mark Von Schellwitz says changing the liqour pricing model is his number one wish.
"Our members could actually get wholesale pricing because we pay amongst the highest liquor prices in the world here."
Coleman announced today catering companies will have a new license allowing them to buy, and serve liquor for events.