To reform its retail liquor market, Ontario can learn from Alberta

During the recent long weekend, many Ontarians celebrated Canada’s 150th birthday with celebrations at their homes and cottages across our wonderful province. While having fun, relaxing and catching up with friends and relatives, it was easy to forget that a labour disruption almost put a big damper on the celebration. Specifically, in the weeks leading up to Canada Day, the prospect of a disruptive strike that would have shut down Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) outlets across the province loomed large.Fortunately, LCBO workers and management recently reached a tentative deal. Averting an LCBO strike, especially one that would have

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