LCBO Expanding In Local Communities

Thursday June 6th, 2019

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The LCBO is expanding its agency store program to approximately 200 new communities, with up to 60 stores expected to open in August. Up to 150 new locations are expected to open by December 2019, with additional stores opening in the spring of 2020.

In our area, there are plans for locations in Colchester, Cottam, Puce, and St. Joachim.

These new locations will now be called “LCBO Convenience Outlets” and will offer a similar product assortment as LCBO stores.

“LCBO Convenience Outlets provide socially responsible access to beverage alcohol products from Ontario and around the world, and this expansion, along with the increased number of grocery outlets, is a welcomed opportunity to provide greater accessibility and convenience to our valued customers across the province,” said George Soleas, President & CEO, LCBO.

Ontario is also allowing 87 more grocery stores across the province to sell wine, beer and cider, bringing the total number of grocery store authorizations to 450. New grocers will be able to start selling wine, beer and cider starting in September.

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