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LCBO To Strike Before Canada Day?

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU), which represents the workers, received a "no board" report from Ontario's labour ministry on Friday after it requested one earlier this week.

The report means the workers could go on strike or could be locked out before the Canada Day long weekend. It informs the union that no conciliation board will be appointed.

According to an article with the CBC, the ultimate decision has been left with management, but LCBO workers are preparing for a strike as early as June 26.

We certainly hope that the workers and management come to a quick resolution, but with the likelihood of a strike increasing, we want to remind you of a few things about Drinky.ca:

  1. We are a legal and viable option for finding and obtaining alcoholic beverages in Ontario
  2. We will be open for business before, during and after the strike, should it happen
  3. Agents are adding new products every day, making this one of the most comprehensive sources of unique and unlisted drinks.
  4. 'Orders' are more like referrals: you pay once you and the supplier or agent have agreed on terms like shipping and delivery dates.

As always, we are available to help you out with any questions you may have about the strike or how the site works.

You can contact us by emailing support@drinky.ca.

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