POLL: Where should you be able to buy booze in B.C.?

Grocery store with booze | BCBusiness
Artist’s rendering of what a liquor store within a grocery store might look like.

Do the new laws go too far or not far enough?

Starting in April, new B.C. liquor legislation will allow certain grocery stores to sell any type of liquor (they are required to be 10,000 square feet in size with 75 per cent of sales coming from food products). Compare this to Quebec, where any grocery or convenience store can sell beer and wine bottled in la belle province (but not distilled spirits) or Washington State, where any grocery store can sell any wine or beer (and some can sell spirits). Is B.C.’s new legislation just right, too liberal or not liberal enough?