Browsing Seagram Museum Collection RG 490 by Subject "Liquor; Advertising; Canada"
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Canadian Advertising Requirements and Restrictions, by Province for the Distilled Spirits Industry as of September 23, 1976A document outlining the rules and regulations for advertising liquor in Canada. The document is sorted by province and outlines the details for advertising, when allowed, in each province. The description of the contents reads "The purpose of this document is to provide a summary of Canadian advertising requirements and restrictions, by province for the distilled spirits industry as of September 23, 1976".
Liquor Advertising Regulations in Canada, 19381938A document describing provincial regulations for advertising liquor. The document appears to have been written by/for Seagram. At this time, the advertising of liquor is still prohibited in some provinces like Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. In order to still market to these provinces, the document states that "In order to reach this market the Company has used national magazines and other publications published outside these provinces but having substantial circulation within the above two provinces."