Booze Prohibition — 80 Years On

Commentary, Government, LOST, Regulation, LOST

Contrary to myth about Saskatchewan’s approach to alcohol sales at the retail and wholesale level, a new Frontier study finds that alcohol sold at private outlets is not more expensive, doesn’t result in higher consumption and that public monopolies do not prevent alcohol-related crime or social harm.

Report, then Reform Reserves


“We have long been advocates of more independence and responsibility for First Nations governments; not just more money and power — the typical demands of national Aboriginal politicians — but more transparency and accountability to those governed by band councils, too.”