Terry David Mulligan has gone on the record saying that he is willing to risk jail in a bid to reform Canada's archaic and outdated wine shipping laws. In an article from Business in Vancouver (Terry Mulligan Willing to go to Jail to Fight Liquor Law), he states that he is planning to have video footage taken of him going to Alberta, buying wine, and bringing it back to BC (which is currently illegal). He then plans to inform the liquor board and ask them to charge him.
Terry David Mulligan
(born June 30, 1942) is a Canadian actor and television personality based in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Born in New Westminster, British Columbia, Mulligan's first career was as a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer in Olds, Alberta and Red Deer, Alberta from 1960 through 1964. After leaving the Mounties, Mulligan worked as a radio DJ for 20 years, and then joined CBC Television as host of the music video series Good Rockin' Tonite (simultaneously, he was also a regular on the children's TV series Zig Zag, produced by BCTV). He left the CBC in 1985 to become a VJ and producer for MuchMusic, covering primarily the West Coast music scene as host of the long-running Much West series.