Taxes, stricter alcohol limits could help cut cost of alcohol abuse: report

Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - 12:42 in Health & Medicine

Alcohol abuse costs every Canadian $463 a year, a new study released Wednesday suggests, but wouldn't have to cost as much if the government intervened to reduce consumption by increasing liquor taxes, lowering blood-alcohol limits and raising the minimum legal drinking age.

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