‘Constitutional right’ to buy beer in court this week

‘Constitutional right’ to buy beer in court this week

‘Constitutional right’ to buy beer in court this week A New Brunswick man, charged with illegally importing beer from Quebec is in court this week. Gerard Comeau’s case could test the whole concept of provincial trade restrictions as he aims to prove that it is a constitutional right to shop anywhere in Canada – including for beer and liquor – and freely transport those goods inter-province. If the judge rules in his favour it will likely end up in the Supreme Court and could set a new precedent.