EDMONTON, Alberta (FNS) -- Canadian supermarket chains, including Safeway, Real Canadian Superstores and Overwaitea Food Group, have revived a bid to sell liquor in their Alberta stores. verages in specially designated areas. The council has sent a brief to Municipal Affairs Minister Steve West. The brief demanded that the Alberta Liquor Control Board "stop discriminating against grocery chains by requiring that they sell liquor only in stand-alone buildings." Earlier, the Alberta Liquor ...

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