At The Government Store: A Connoissuer's Guide to London's Liquor Outlets

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Title

At The Government Store: A Connoissuer's Guide to London's Liquor Outlets

Description

London, Ontario

Desbarats discusses the different liquor store regulations he had encountered in Quebec and Manitoba. In Quebec, one had to commit their order to memory from a list on the wall and recite it to the clerk. In Manitoba, one had to fill out an information slip and hand it to a clerk. He also highlighted his favourite wine stores in London. He hoped for a day when the laws were more liberal and competition would be based on “expertise and price.”

Creator

Peter Desbarats

Publisher

London Magazine

Date

September, 1986

Format

1 page
Rips and water damage

Language

English

Identifier

73_1986_dc_au

Citation

Peter Desbarats, “At The Government Store: A Connoissuer's Guide to London's Liquor Outlets,” Special Collections, accessed January 29, 2023, https://archive.fims.uwo.ca/specialcollections/items/show/245.