For the latest updates to AGLC polices, see Liquor legislation and policies on AGLC.ca website.
AGLC liquor policies are available in policy handbooks. As a manufacturer, you should be familiar with the policies in the Liquor Manufacturers Handbook.
- The Liquor Manufacturers Handbook is for anyone who has a Class E licence.
- The Liquor Manufacturers Handbook has information about manufacturing, selling, being a Registered Agency, etc.
When you receive your Class E licence, you are automatically registered as an agency to sell and market your products. This changes only if you name someone else to be your agency. For more details, see Liquor agencies and suppliers.
Responsibilities of AGLC and licensees are set out in provincial legislation. These are:
The Excise Act describes duties that apply to liquor products in Canada.
The Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act (IILA) controls and restricts the movement of liquor from one province to another. It also controls liquor importation into Canada. The IILA gives provinces authority to control imports into their jurisdictions.
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