LCBO

AcronymDefinition
LCBOLiquor Control Board of Ontario
LCBOLinear Combination of Bond Orbital (chemistry)
LCBOLarge Complex Banking Organization
LCBOLogistics Career Broadening Officer (AFMC/USAF)
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The union, representing more than 7,500 LCBO workers, filed a complaint with the tribunal in 2013, arguing that the LCBO's pay structure discriminated against retail workers in the female-dominated "casual" classification.
For example, of the 14,218 LCBO wines imported from California, 8,880 (62.5%) understated the alcohol content on their labels.
Ontario Spirits are sold exclusively through LCBO stores.
On the other hand, wineries say the price mark up the LCBO creates is a disincentive for consumers, sometimes almost doubling the cost of a bottle of wine, discouraging interest in Canadian wine instead of fostering a wine culture in a province with so much to offer.
By conducting an exhaustive reading of the records of Ontario's Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) from the 1920s through the 1940s, Malleck dives deep into the landscape of public drinking culture in the province and provides the reader with a fascinating slice of cultural history that engages politics, commerce, class, ethnicity, and gender.
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Alcohol in the Canadian providence is sold at stores run by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), said GDL general manager, Ruel Edwards.
In April, Ontario's first grain-to-glass craft distillery released their exclusive LCBO Vintages product.
From 1927 until 1975, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) maintained a "drunk list" of persons forbidden to purchase alcohol.
* The LCBO does not ask for information on the lowest cost that suppliers are willing to accept.
The largest of these Crown corporations, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), has undergone a remarkable set of reforms over the last twenty years.
Under the tightly restricted alcohol retail market in Ontario--wines and spirits are actually sold elsewhere--at the provincial government-owned Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) wine and spirit monopoly and some special shops selling Ontario wines.