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Public Education About Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Regulations

made under Section 96A of the
Liquor Control Act
R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 260
O.I.C. 2005-415 (September 14, 2005), N.S. Reg. 181/2005

1 These regulations may be cited as the Public Education About Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Regulations.

Signs warning of fetal alcohol syndrome
2 (1) Each Government store and agency store must periodically display a sign that warns women who are pregnant that the consumption of alcohol during pregnancy may cause fetal alcohol syndrome.

(2) A sign referred to in subsection (1) must be prominently displayed and visible to purchasers of liquor and must conform to all of the following requirements:

(a) the sign must be in English and may be in any other language that is approved by the Corporation;

(b) the sign must be in the form approved and posted on the internal and external website of the Corporation;

(c) the sign must be at least 10 cm by 15 cm in size.

Corporation approves of content and design of public education
3 The content and design of publications used by agency stores and Government stores to warn the public about the potential negative health effects of the consumption of alcohol during pregnancy must be approved by the Corporation.