Liquor & Lotteries is reducing the hours of operation at Liquor Marts starting Saturday, March 28 across Manitoba.
The Tyndall Market Liquor Mart is re-opening today with its new controlled entrance. With the introduction of this new anti-theft measure, the way customers shop at Liquor Mart has changed.
Last night, following a serious incident, the Tyndall Market Liquor Mart was immediately closed. It remains closed while we work with the employees on next steps.
Earlier today, in what can only be described as an unprovoked attack at our Tyndall Market Liquor Mart, three of our employees were physically assaulted and injured with one being transported to the hospital. We have closed the store until further notice.
Manny Atwal has been appointed President & CEO of Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries effective November 4, 2019.
Fort Garry Brewing Company has issued a voluntary recall on a number of select beer products in a variety of package sizes of cans and bottles.
Liquor Mart Anti-Theft Strategy Update
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries is seeing encouraging results from its enhanced strategy to target Liquor Mart theft.
“Since the measures were announced in March, we have seen a 23 per cent reduction in theft and robbery incidents,” said Liquor & Lotteries President Peter Hak. “While these are still early results, we are cautiously optimistic they are trending in the right direction.”
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Statement regarding reported claim against The Pas and firefighters
In recent days, it has been reported that Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries has filed a Statement of Claim against the town of The Pas and six volunteer firefighters.
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries is deploying a multi-point theft reduction plan to combat Liquor Mart thefts and robberies while protecting the safety of employees and customers.
Peter Hak, President and CEO, will retire from the corporation at the end of June 2019.
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries advises all consumers who have purchased non-medical cannabis under the Bonify brand to return the product to place of purchase.
Extended holiday hours will be in effect at Manitoba Liquor Marts starting Thursday, December 13 until Tuesday, January 1.
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries is hosting three annual public meetings across Manitoba in 2018.
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries increases profits $24.3 million over previous year
Over the last several months, Liquor Marts have seen an increasing number of thefts in our Winnipeg locations, which we know is concerning for our customers and frustrating for the police.
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