Columbia Brewery at Cedar Cove, on the north side of Powell Street at Wall Street and Victoria Drive, 1892. (Photo via Vancouver Archives)

Columbia Brewery, Wall Street and Victoria Drive, 1892 Source: City of Vancouver Archives

That's our kind of protest! Men protest beer strike, 1965. (Photo by David C. Paterson of The Province, via the Vancouver Public Library - Image ID: 44804)

That's our kind of protest! Men protest beer strike, (Photo by David C. Paterson of The Province, via the Vancouver Public Library - Image ID:

People lined up in front of the Government Liquor Store on Beatty Street, 1943. (Photo by Jack Lindsay for the "Vancouver News-Herald," via Vancouver Archives)

People lined up in front of the Government Liquor Store on Beatty Street, (Photo by Jack Lindsay for the "Vancouver News-Herald," via Vancouver Archives)

Men crating bottles of beer in a Vancouver brewery, estimated 1926. (Photo by Stuart Thomson, via Vancouver Archives)

Vancouver Brewery [interior view - men crating bottles of beer] - City of Vancouver Archives

Cases of rum captured in an R.C.M.P. Liquor Seizure, 1932. (Photo by Stuart Thomson for the R.C.M.P., via Vancouver Archives)

Cases of rum captured in an R. Liquor Seizure, (Photo by Stuart Thomson for the R., via Vancouver Archives)

Liquor stills captured during Prohibition, 1917. (Photo by Vancouver Police Department, via Vancouver Archives)

Vancouver dry squad 1918 Showing off confiscated stills and booze

Interior of a Vancouver bar room, 1917. (Photo via Vancouver Archives)

Interior of a Vancouver bar room, (Photo via Vancouver Archives)

Interior of a Vancouver bar room, 1914. (Photo via Vancouver Archives)

Premier Christy Clark announced that she and her government are in favour of Happy Hour in BC along with other liquor law changes such as allowing children to enter pubs. BONUS: Archive photos of bars in Vancouver.

Group of men drinking beer, 1912. (Photo by James Luke Quiney, via Vancouver Archives)

[Group of men drinking beer] - City of Vancouver Archives

Harry Duker Company billboard advertising B.C. Rye and Old Colonel Bourbon on Pacific Highway, 100 feet from customs on the south side, 1931. (Photo via Vancouver Archives)

Harry Duker Company billboard advertising B. Rye and Old Colonel Bourbon on Pacific Highway, 100 feet from customs on the south side, (Photo via Vancouver Archives)

Crowd lined up in front of a Government Liquor store on Davie Street, December 1942. (Photo by Jack Lindsay for the "Vancouver News-Herald," via Vancouver Archives)

Crowd lined up in front of a Government Liquor store on Davie Street, December (Photo by Jack Lindsay for the "Vancouver News-Herald," via Vancouver Archives)

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