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Alberta Alcohol Ban Causes Problems for Operators

LCT Staff
Posted on November 2, 2005

EDMONTON, ALBERTA – It’s illegal to consume alcohol in a limousine in Alberta, a law that goes mostly un-enforced. Some clients hire limousines for precisely this reason – to drink and not get behind the wheel intoxicated. Limousine operators tend to look the other way, but occasionally a driver is stopped and cited. Neighboring jurisdiction Saskatchewan allows alcohol consumption in a limousine, but Alberta will keep its law on the books for the near-term future.

Source: Edmonton Sun, Oct. 28, 2005

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