A special purpose permit authorizes the permit holder to possess and use liquor for a medicinal, scientific or other special purpose.
To be eligible for a special purpose permit, an applicant must be:
- a medical practitioner, dentist, nurse practitioner, registered midwife or a veterinarian;
- a person requiring liquor for a legitimate scientific or research purpose; or
- a person in charge of a facility that provides health services pursuant to the Health Services Insurance and Health and Social Services Administration Act or a person in charge of a nursing home.
For more information about Special Purpose Permits, please refer to the Special Purpose Permit Information Sheet or contact the Liquor Licensing Board. The Special Purpose Permit Application form can be used to make application for a permit.
There is no application fee for a Special Purpose Permit.