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McDonald, K and Maghsoudi, N and Thompson, H and Werb, Dan . (2020) What’s in Toronto’s drug supply? Results from samples checked by Toronto’s drug checking service October 10, 2019 - March 31, 2020. Toronto: Centre on Drug Policy Evaluation. 25 p.

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On 22 August 2018 amendments to the Northern Territory Liquor Act 1978 (the Act) were passed in the NT Legislative Assembly, introducing a minimum alcohol unit price MUP, commonly referred to as a minimum floor price. On 1 October 2018 the MUP was set at $1.30 per standard drink contained in the alcohol product, where the meaning of 'a standard drink is the volume of a liquor product that contains 10g of ethyl alcohol when measured at 20°C'. The legislative amendment prohibits selling alcohol below the price of $1.30 per standard drink (as compared to the $1.50 recommended by the Riley Review), and imposes the minimum price as an automatic condition of a liquor licence.


Item Type
Evidence resource
Drug Type
Alcohol
Intervention Type
AOD disorder, AOD prevention, AOD disorder harm reduction
Date
April 2020
Pages
25 p.
Publisher
Centre on Drug Policy Evaluation
Place of Publication
Toronto
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