The Quebec government issued a new regulation today that governs the interprovincial transport of alcohol to Quebec consumers. The regulation permits the importation of up to 9 litres of wine per trip but restricts this to 'in person' transport of the wine (i.e. the regulation does not allow direct to consumer shipment of the wine). As a result, Quebec consumers will remain unable to import wine from other provinces unless they are actually travelling to another province to fetch the wine. To date, only two provinces have embraced the spirit of a free trade in Canadian wine: BC and Manitoba. Please check this page for updates: Shipping Law Update.

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