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We Get Mail: Paul Brennan On Loblaw Battle To Sell Wine

Mar 9, 2018 | Opinion

By Paul Brennan

On the battle to sell wine at grocery stores

Some reaction, reflections which hopefully might add to your perspective in some way!

Any such controversy invariably brings my memory back to 1968, the year I arrived in Canada (Montreal specifically) from Ireland. I was totally surprised at the formality in trying to buy any alcoholic drink.

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