Booze and borders: One man’s fight to overturn an unconstitutional Canadian law

I don’t know Gerard Comeau, but he’s my hero.

  • canminuteman

    The law seems very clear and straight forward. The NBLCC is wrong. I bet this guy loses anyway.

    • Of course he will.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Appeal. And win. Win “damages” too. New Brunswick voters will end up paying.

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  • simus1

    History shows east coast politicians were never coy when it came to reminding booze producers and sellers that the tollgates never closed when parties in power changed, just the delivery address for their “donations”.
    Mutual backscratching monopolies and lots of taxes were the order of the day at the government level once everyone understood the “game”.

  • Justin St.Denis

    There was a time when I thought that Manitoba was the provincial armpit of Canada. But as time passes, New Brunswick seems to be trying very hard to win the Hooterville Hicks Golden Clampett Award.