Gerard Comeau bought beer and booze in Quebec – where it’s much cheaper and drove it back to New Brunswick.
He was charged by the RCMP with illegal movement of liquor.
Went all the way to the supreme court.
Wineries maintained that the 1928 Prohibition Law being quoted was “unconstitutional” as written.
I called it naked greed.
The decision came down today..supporting the law and the government.
Here’s an interview with Tony Stewart the CEO and owner of Quails Gate Winery in the Okanagan.
He was right in the middle of this case and has a unique perspective.
We appreciate his time.