Booze Ban Lifted at One Alberta Park

May 9, 2011 by   - () Comments Off on Booze Ban Lifted at One Alberta Park

A liquor ban at a popular camping area near Calgary, Alberta, has been lifted for the May long weekend.

A temporary alcohol ban was implemented for the long weekend last year at the Ghost Lake Provincial Park, Global Toronto reported.

The decision has since been re-assessed for this year and officials say the ban is no longer needed there.

Bans will stay in place at nine other provincial parks May 19 through 23.

The province says at certain parks the ban is the most effective tool in preventing rowdy behavior.


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