Sunday, November 4, 2012

Let the LCBO Handle it

I applaud the Federal government for freeing up restrictions on Interprovincial sales of wine. It would be really nice to simply go online and order a wine that you discovered and have it sent to you from a winery in another province. The LCBO will still have a final say on how much and what price you will pay for a wine purchased from outside Ontario. Since this is the case, then have the wine delivered to the LCBO branch that is closest to the person that ordered it. In the few cases where distance is a factor, alternate arangements can be made They can add any surcharge necessary to prevent revenue loss (this means to replace lost revenue and not add more than that) and the client can pick it up at their convenience. The LCBO should be compelled not to insist on a minimum order size.

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