Government-run liquor stores now just...

Government-run liquor stores now just a fond memory for former workers, customers

There are 1 comment on the Edmonton Journal story from Aug 25, 2013, titled Government-run liquor stores now just a fond memory for former workers, customers. In it, Edmonton Journal reports that:

In early March 1994, Alberta's last two government liquor stores closed in Calgary six months after provincial cabinet minister Steve West uncorked plans to sell them to the private sector.

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