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  • abbr. Liquor Control Board of Ontario

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  • insurance requirements basement apartment canada mississauga antiwar who did not move to canada what time does the summerhill lcbo open on sundaysHint: try the LCBO website.

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  • The LCBO is also the most profitable of all Ontario government-owned corporations.

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  • I've figured out that the LCBO is owned and operated by the Province of Ontario.

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  • We're used to calling the LCBO a monopoly but I'm not sure that's strictly true.

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  • "If someone made a 10 per cent alcohol cooler and named it 'Drink More and Get Drunk,' I can understand not selling it, but this is just a cartoon," said Shurman, who called the LCBO's decision "ridiculous."

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  • While the LCBO is his biggest customer, he says the province has categorically failed to make the system work, especially for vintners who make VQA wines.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • But see, the LCBO is a government institution with a veritable monopoly on its product, and yet it also provides one of the most enjoyable retail experiences this side of Tiffany's.

    The Oil Drum - Discussions about Energy and Our Future

  • We don't have the "LCBO" (of course, since the O stands for Ontario), we have Liquor stores.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • I tore off to the LCBO after harried calls to both my mom and Andrew to see if they could find any, and secured the last bottle in the store (apparently if you threaten to take away the people's booze, they will raid every shelf).

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I would definitely look for these next time you need a fairly low-priced, quality sipper this summer, I don't recall seeing them in our neighbourhood LCBO last time I was in but since I rarely have cause to be there (I can't drink alcohol, so it's usually for liqueurs for baking) they very well may be on the shelf!

    Archive 2009-08-01

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