Today is the big day for liquor policy modernization in British Columbia. Parliamentary Secretary, John Yap, was tasked with responsibility for running the review and for preparing a report which has been delivered to the responsible Minister, Suzanne Anton, today. The report will be made public, apparently "early in the new year". The Minister and Cabinet will then consider the recommendations and implement some or all of them in the spring session of the legislature. The latest news on this is that the report will recommend a limited form of liquor sales in supermarkets, see this press release: Grocery Store Liquor Sales Recommended for BC. There are 70 recommendations in the report according to the press release.