In a matter of days , you will officially be able to drink or smoke week in public around Canada.
Provinces like: Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba,Nunavut,Northwest announcing people will be allowed to toke up in public, some new questions have been floating around. If marijuana can be consumed in public spaces, then why can’t alcohol?
Some mayors are considering whether or not to bring this new idea to their provinces. For instance, allowing people to consume alcohol responsibly.
Currently, drinking in public is prohibited in all provinces. In most cases, bylaw officers will likely confiscate your booze. But,even if they want to, they can not fine you anymore.
Truth be told, most people who wish to consume alcohol in public are going to do it, regardless of the rules. Mayor John Tory commented on this to reporters recently, “I know from being in the parks now that it’s quite a widespread practice of people having a glass of wine, and it doesn’t seem the world has come to an end as a result of that,” he said.
Officials are proposing to sell beer and wine through concession stands at two beaches next summer. The pilot project would permit people to enjoy alcohol responsibly, although bringing your own alcohol to parks and beaches would still be illegal.
Other Canadian provinces and cities haven’t had much to say on whether or not they plan on reviewing their . However, the shift which could be seen In these provinces definitely sounds promising. If you’re anticipating the days of cracking open cold ones, you may not have to wait much longer.