The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) is a Provincial agency, established February 23, 1998 under the Alcohol and Gaming Regulation and Public Protection Act 1996. They are responsible for regulating Ontario's alcohol and gaming sectors.
CPBA aims to foster community and promote the advancement of the profession of Bartending in Canada. One of their main functions is to serve as an educational platform for members to learn more about service, spirits, beer, wine, and cocktails.
WCO is dedicated to promoting Ontario’s wine-growing regions. It is also an expression of the entirety of the Ontario wine-country experience: how the wine tastes, where it’s made, how it marries with local food, and how it reflects the overall lifestyle of each region.
British Columbia's mandatory self-study course that educates licensees, managers and servers about their legal responsibilities when serving alcohol, and provides effective techniques to prevent problems related to over-service.
The Smart Serve Responsible Alcohol Beverage Service Training Program is approved by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) as a server training program for the Ontario hospitality industry.
This official Ontario Ministry of Labour guide is intended to give suppliers, employers, workers and regulators a basic understanding of WHMIS and to direct readers to more comprehensive information, if needed.