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Manitoba eyes more private liquor sales, possible booze in grocery stores

Summary by Ground News
The Manitoba government is planning to allow more private alcohol sales. A bill now before the legislature would allow hotel beer vendors to apply for a new agreement with the province. The proposed law would also give the government the authority to run a five-year project under which other retailers, including grocery or convenience stores, could sell alcohol.
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Manitoba eyes more private liquor sales, possible booze in grocery stores

The Manitoba government is planning to allow more private alcohol sales, including a pilot project that could involve grocery and convenience stores.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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Manitoba eyes more private liquor sales, possible booze in grocery stores - Winnipeg

A bill before the Manitoba legislature proposes private wine stores be allowed to sell beer and spirits, and would permit rural liquor vendors to carry a wider range of products.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Toronto Star

Manitoba eyes more private liquor sales, possible booze in grocery stores

WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government is planning to allow more private alcohol sales, including a pilot project that could involve grocery and convenien...

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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Manitoba eyes more private liquor sales, possible booze in grocery stores

WINNIPEG -- The Manitoba government is planning to allow more private alcohol sales, including a pilot project that could involve grocery and convenience stores. Read More

1 month ago·Canada
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