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Which Canadian Province Drinks The Most Alcohol?

We're only so friendly because we've been boozing it up.

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Congratulations, New Brunswick! You are Canada's least boozy province, averaging just 91.75 litres of alcohol (that's beer, spirits, wine, and coolers) consumed per person per year.

But can you guess which province consumes the MOST alcohol?

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    Alberta
    Via Big Rock Brewery
    Alberta
    Via Big Rock Brewery
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    Incorrect
    Newfoundland
    Via Molson Coors
    Newfoundland
    Via Molson Coors
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    Incorrect
    British Columbia
    Via Columbia Brewery
    British Columbia
    Via Columbia Brewery
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    Incorrect
    Nova Scotia
    Via Great Western Brewing
    Nova Scotia
    Via Great Western Brewing
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    Incorrect
    Manitoba
    Via Fort Garry Brewing
    Manitoba
    Via Fort Garry Brewing
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    Incorrect
    Quebec
    Via Dieu du Ciel
    Quebec
    Via Dieu du Ciel
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    Incorrect
    Ontario
    Via Steamwhistle Brewing Co.
    Ontario
    Via Steamwhistle Brewing Co.
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    Incorrect
    Prince Edward Island
    Via Gahan Brewing
    Prince Edward Island
    Via Gahan Brewing
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    Incorrect
    Saskatchewan
    Via Great Western Brewing
    Saskatchewan
    Via Great Western Brewing

Source: We added up the different alcohol consumption data from "Per Capita Consumption of Beer, Spirits, Wine, and Coolers, Based on Legal Drinking Age Population," from Beer Canada's 2012 Annual Statistics Bulletin.

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