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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
International research
Drug Type
Alcohol
Intervention Type
General / Comprehensive, Prevention, Harm reduction
Date
April 2020
Pages
25 p.
Publisher
Centre on Drug Policy Evaluation
Place of Publication
Toronto
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