Canada has complicated and archaic liquor laws. The whole industry is highly regulated, highly taxed, and highly vexing. Sometimes even importing wine province-to-province can be a headache, never mind trying to bring in a bottle of that amazing biodynamic Anjou you discovered on vacation. But if you’re serious, there’s always a way. The key is importing in quantities big enough to make it worthwhile, and using trustworthy people. Try talking to the sommelier at your favourite restaurant for some tips — or even some freelance help.