Residents can now get liquor delivered to their homes.
The territorial government changed regulations in the Liquor Act to allow for delivery after it “has become aware of risks involving residents leaving isolation to access liquor,” says Todd Sasaki, spokesperson for the Department of Finance.
Liquor stores are limited to selling $200 per day per order at a resident’s address, and a maximum of six 375mL bottles.
Residents must fill out a form available on the NWT Liquor and Cannabis Commission website and provide ID to order.
The regulation are in place until Dec. 31.