Going Outside Manitoba For Liquor

Going Elsewhere For Liquor

WINNIPEG - It seems Manitobans are going outside the province for relief from the liquor strike involving 1,400 workers.

Most liquor marts have been closed for a number of days, leaving private vendors scrambling for stock.

Barb McIvor, who owns a general store in Churchbridge, Saskatchewan, west of Russell, says more people from Manitoba have been coming in to stock up.

Jamie Kalash, owner of The Rock Bottle Shop in Grand Forks, North Dakota, says she is also noticing a few more customers from north of the border.

TOPICS:   Manitoba News

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