EDMONTON, Alberta (FNS) -- New regulations passed this month by the Alberta provincial government prohibit supermarket chains from selling liquor, even if they put up a wall in their stores to separate the businesses. The move means that Canadian liquor retailers have won a major battle in their fight against supermarket operators. Quebec is now the only Canadian province allowing liquor sales in food stores. The government reportedly moved quickly after Canada Safeway here said it wanted ...
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