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Conflict of interest
11. (1) A member of the board or an officer of the corporation shall not, directly or indirectly, individually or as a
member of a partnership or corporation, have an interest in or receive a benefit, directly or indirectly, from
(a) the manufacture, sale or distribution of, or other dealing in, alcoholic liquor or cannabis or in an
undertaking in which alcoholic liquor or cannabis is required;
(b) premises in respect of which an existing licence has been issued under this Act, the Liquor Control Act or
a regulation made under that Act;
(c) a contract or other arrangement in respect of premises upon which alcoholic liquor or cannabis is
manufactured, produced, sold or kept for sale; or
(d) purchases or sales made by the corporation or by persons authorized under this Act or the Liquor Control
Act or a regulation made under that Act to purchase or sell alcoholic liquor or cannabis.
(2) Nothing in subsection (1) prevents a member of the board, an officer or other employee of the corporation
from purchasing and having in his or her possession for the personal use of himself or herself or his or her family
alcoholic liquor or cannabis which he or she may lawfully purchase under this Act, the Liquor Control Act or a
regulation made under that Act

Conflict of interest
11. (1) A member of the board or an officer of the corporation shall not, directly or indirectly, individually or as
a member of a partnership or corporation, have an interest in or receive a benefit, directly or indirectly, from
(a) the manufacture, sale or distribution of, or other dealing in, alcoholic liquor or in an undertaking in
which alcoholic liquor is required;
(b) premises in respect of which an existing licence has been issued under the Liquor Control Act or a
regulation made under that Act;
(c) a contract or other arrangement in respect of premises upon which alcoholic liquor is manufactured,
produced, sold or kept for sale; or
(d) purchases or sales made by the corporation or by persons authorized under this Act or the Liquor
Control Act or a regulation made under either of those Acts to purchase or sell alcoholic liquor.
(2) [Rep. by 1992 c39 s10]

(3) Nothing in subsection (1) or (2) prevents a member of the board, an officer or other employee of the
corporation from purchasing and having in his or her possession for the personal use of himself or herself or his or
her family alcoholic liquor which he or she may lawfully purchase under the Liquor Control Act or a regulation
made under that Act.

Power to deal in liquor and cannabis
33.

The corporation may
(a) buy, import and have in its possession for sale and sell alcoholic liquor, cannabis or articles associated
with alcoholic liquor or cannabis in the manner set forth in this Act;
(b) control the possession, sale and delivery of all alcoholic liquor and cannabis in accordance with this Act;
(c) manufacture, blend, package, mix, dilute or otherwise prepare for sale alcoholic liquor;
(d) with the prior approval of the minister,
(i) establish, maintain and operate liquor stores at the places in the province that may be considered
advisable for the sale of liquor in accordance with this Act,
(ii) establish, maintain and operate cannabis stores at the places in the province that may be considered
advisable for the sale of cannabis in accordance with this Act,
(iii) establish liquor agencies at approved premises authorizing those agencies to sell liquor or specified
kinds of liquor in accordance with the regulations, or
(iv) establish liquor stores, cannabis stores and liquor agencies in the same locality;
(e) prescribe, subject to the approval of the minister, the days on which liquor stores are to be closed for
business and on which liquor may not be sold at liquor agencies, and different days may be prescribed for
different liquor stores or liquor agencies in the province;
(f) prescribe, subject to the approval of the minister, the days and hours during which liquor stores are to be
open for business and liquor may be sold at liquor agencies, prescribe those days and hours in respect of
the whole or part of a year, a specified time or a specified occasion, and prescribe different days and hours
for different liquor stores and different liquor agencies in the province;
(g) prescribe, subject to the approval of the minister, the days and hours during which cannabis stores are to
be open for business, prescribe those days and hours in respect of the whole or part of a year, a specified
time or a specified occasion, and prescribe different days and hours for different cannabis stores in the
province;
(h) acquire, by deed, grant, lease or in other ways, land, a building or other property whether real or personal
required for the operation of this Act or the Liquor Control Act;
(i) buy or lease all plant and equipment it may consider necessary and useful in carrying into effect the
objects and purposes of this Act or the Liquor Control Act;

(j) employ the casual labour that may be required and engage the services of experts and persons engaged in
the practice of a profession, where considered expedient;
(k) determine the nature, form and capacity of all packages to be used for containing alcoholic liquor kept or
sold under this Act and the Liquor Control Act; and
(l) do all the things that are considered necessary or advisable by the corporation for the purpose of carrying
into effect this Act and the regulations or the Liquor Control Act.

Power to deal in liquor
33. The corporation may
(a) buy, import and have in its possession for sale and sell alcoholic liquor and articles associated with
alcoholic liquor in the manner set forth in this Act;
(b) control the possession, sale and delivery of all alcoholic liquor in accordance with this Act;
(c) manufacture, blend, package, mix, dilute or otherwise prepare for sale alcoholic liquor;
(d) with the prior approval of the minister,
(i) establish, maintain and operate liquor stores at the places in the province that may be considered
advisable for the sale of liquor in accordance with this Act,
(ii) establish liquor agencies at approved premises authorizing those agencies to sell liquor or specified
kinds of liquor in accordance with the regulations, or
(iii) establish liquor stores and liquor agencies in the same locality;
(e) prescribe, subject to the approval of the minister, the days on which liquor stores are to be closed for
business and on which liquor may not be sold at liquor agencies, and different days may be prescribed for
different liquor stores or liquor agencies in the province;
(f) prescribe, subject to the approval of the minister, the days and hours during which liquor stores are to be
open for business and liquor may be sold at liquor agencies, prescribe those days and hours in respect of
the whole or part of a year, a specified time or a specified occasion, and prescribe different days and
hours for different liquor stores and different liquor agencies in the province;
(g) acquire, by deed, grant, lease or in other ways, land, a building or other property whether real or
personal required for the operation of this Act and the Liquor Control Act;
(h) buy or lease all plant and equipment it may consider necessary and useful in carrying into effect the
objects and purposes of this Act and the Liquor Control Act;
(i) employ the casual labour that may be required and engage the services of experts and persons engaged
in the practice of a profession, where considered expedient;
(j) determine the nature, form and capacity of all packages to be used for containing alcoholic liquor kept
or sold under this Act and the Liquor Control Act; and

(k) do all the things that are considered necessary or advisable by the corporation for the purpose of
carrying into effect this Act and the regulations and the Liquor Control Act.

All money to be paid to corporation
41. All money received from the sale of alcoholic liquor in liquor stores and cannabis accruing in the
administration of this Act shall be paid to the corporation.
All money to be paid to corporation
41. All money received from the sale of alcoholic liquor in liquor stores or otherwise accruing in the
administration of this Act shall be paid to the corporation.
Purchases by corporation
45. (1) An order for the purchase of alcoholic liquor or cannabis by the corporation shall be authorized by those
officers of the corporation that may be designated by the board, and an order shall not be valid or binding unless so
authorized.
Purchases by corporation
45. (1) An order for the purchase of alcoholic liquor by the corporation shall be authorized by those officers of the
corporation that may be designated by the board, and an order shall not be valid or binding unless so authorized.

Prices
46. (1) The board may fix the prices at which the various classes, varieties and brands of spirits, wine, beer and
cannabis are to be sold and different prices may be prescribed under this subsection in respect of beer sold to the
corporation, to a licensee and to the public.
Prices
46. (1) The board may fix the prices at which the various classes, varieties and brands of spirits, wine and beer
are to be sold; and different prices may be prescribed under this subsection in respect of beer sold to the corporation,
to a licensee and to the public.

Fees and forms
55.

The minister may set fees and establish forms for the purpose and administration of this Act.

___ Key Words
The Act is amended by adding immediately after section 34 the following:
Licence re: cannabis
34.1 (1) The board may grant to a person a licence to possess, sell or deliver cannabis.
(2) The board may issue different classes of licences and set out the terms and conditions of a licence.
(3) An application for a licence shall be made to the board in the form and manner set by the board.
(4) A licence shall only be granted under this section to
(a) an individual or a group of individuals, where that individual or each member of the group of
individuals is at least 19 years of age; or
(b) a corporation or partnership authorized to carry on its business in the province whose officer or agent
in charge of the premises for which the licence is required is at least 19 years of age.
(5) The board shall not grant a licence under this section where
(a) the applicant has not paid the required fee;
(b) the applicant has not satisfied the requirements in subsections (3) and (4);
(c) the board, in the board's absolute discretion, is of the opinion that the applicant is not a fit and proper
person to keep and operate a premises where cannabis will be sold;
(d) the board reasonably believes that
(i) the applicant is applying on behalf of a beneficial owner, and
(ii) the beneficial owner does not satisfy the requirements of this Act;
(e) the board reasonably believes that the past conduct of the applicant establishes reasonable grounds for
the belief that the applicant will not carry on business in accordance with the law and with integrity and
honesty;
(f) the applicant is carrying on activities that are, or will be, where the applicant is licensed, in
contravention of this Act;
(g) the granting of the licence would not be in the public interest having regard to the needs and wishes of
the public in the community in which the premises will be located;
(h) the applicant and where the applicant is a corporation, the officer or agent in charge of the premises for
which the licence is required, has been convicted within the 5 years preceding the application for a violation
of

(i) the Excise Tax Act (Canada) or the Customs Act (Canada) with respect to offences relating to liquor
or cannabis,
(ii) the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) with respect to trafficking in a controlled
substance within the meaning of that Act,
(iii) the Food and Drugs Act (Canada) with respect to trafficking in a controlled or restricted drug or
possession for the purposes of trafficking in a controlled or restricted drug, or
(iv) the Criminal Code (Canada) for an offence punishable by imprisonment of one year or more; or
(i) the management, equipment, accommodations and facilities of the applicant's premises
(i) do not conform with the licensing standards and operational requirements as determined by the
corporation,
(ii) do not conform with the laws and regulations of the province, or
(iii) have not been approved in writing by an inspector appointed under the Liquor Control Act.
(6) Where the annual licence fee has been paid, a licence is considered to be renewed annually on April 1 and
continues in effect unless it is
(a) revoked at the request of the licensee;
(b) revoked due to a period of inactivity; or
(b) suspended or revoked by the board.
(7) The board may suspend or revoke a licence granted under this section, where in its opinion there exists a
reasonable cause for doing so, but whenever it suspends or revokes a licence, it shall, at the request of the licensee,
provide to him or her in writing the reason for the suspension or revocation.
(8) The board may, in its discretion, limit the number of licences granted under this section.


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