1921 - 1948 CE
British Columbia repeals alcohol prohibition, and most provinces follow soon after

By the early 1920s a push emerged to end prohibition. Beginning with British Columbia in 1921, Canadian provinces passed laws that replaced prohibition with government control of the distribution of alcohol. While most provinces had done so by 1927, Prince Edward Island did not repeal prohibition until 1948. 

Source: Blocker, J. S. et al. (2003). Alcohol and temperance in modern history. ABC-Clio.

Drugs: Alcohol
Regions: Canada
Topics: Prohibition