Lower Drinking Age?
The Saskatchewan government may consider lowering the minimum legal drinking age to 18, according to Premiere Lorne Calvert.
The change in the law would be part of a strategy to keep more young people from moving to those provinces that have a lower minimum legal drinking age than currently exists in Saskatchewan.
- Pringle, J. Saskatchewan Looks to Lower Drinking Age. CFRA radio, 12-16-03.
Filed Under: Underage Drinking Prevention