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Chatham man locked in $6M lottery battle with girlfriend now suing Ontario regulator

Chatham’s $6-million lottery winner, locked in a legal fight with his ex-girlfriend over the cash, is now waging another court battle against the provincial...

‘Reckless’ Ford would allow beer and potato chips to be sold together? Oh, the...

Kathleen Wynne sees a massive conceptual difference between the idea of selling beer and wine in supermarkets and the idea of selling beer and...

Spas, salons and barbers can now offer bubbles with a side of beauty as...

Starting this week, Albertans can enjoy a cold beer along with their hot shave, cut or manicure. The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) announced...

Alberta ends B.C. wine boycott after B.C. premier announces court action on pipeline standoff

'In a small way today, B.C. blinked,' Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says - The two-week boycott of B.C. wine by the Alberta government is over. Alberta...

‘This fight is between B.C. and rest of Canada’: Alberta not backing down B.C....

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley didn’t mince words Wednesday morning when it comes to the ban on wines from British Columbia she put in place...

Alberta government boycotts B.C. wine

Alberta's government will immediately boycott all imports of wines from British Columbia, Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday, escalating the inter-provincial spat over the Kinder...

When Did Alcohol Advertising Get So Out Of Control?

While Canadians spent $22.1 billion dollars on alcohol in the last year, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) delivered a dividend to the...

Popularity Brewing at Leduc Bar with Alberta’s First Self-Serve Beer Wall

A Leduc bar has turned that kid-in-a-candy shop dream of being your own bartender into reality by introducing what it says is Canada’s first...

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