The LCBO strike continues after thousands of workers at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario walked off the job Friday.

In the latest update no talks have been planned to make a deal, however reports indicate the union representing Ontario liquor store workers has ramped up pressure in the five-day-old strike.

Ontario’s main liquor retailer has closed its stores for two weeks, but had intended to open five distribution centres this week to help get alcohol into restaurants, bars and other licensees across the province, but this plan will now not happen says LCBO. This due to picketing at the locations and it will instead offer online ordering for smaller orders.

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union believes Premier Doug Ford’s plan to open up the alcohol sales market poses a threat to the LCBO that will lead to major job losses.

Outlet and Online Options for LCBO

The full list of all LCBO Convenience Outlets across the province is available on the LCBO’s website here:

You can also shop at the LCBO online through or the LCBO’s mobile app.

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