A final push for wine across provincial borders
And though that might not sound like riveting news, it matters if you're a wine fan.
Bill C-311 would amend the Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act, a law that dates back to the 1920 -- at the peak of the prohibition. It says you cannot take any alcohol across provincial boundaries.
The movement to have that law changed has gained momentem over the past year, and today is the final push for people who hope to convince the federal finance committee that it's time for a change.
One of those people will be Shirley-Ann George. She started freemygrapes.ca and spoke to Daybreak host Chris Walker from Ottawa.
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