While the LCBO is remaining open amid Ontario’s emergency shut-down of non-essential businesses, the liquor store will now be closed on Mondays.
Effective as of Monday, March 30, all stores across the province will be closed. Previously announced reduced hours of 11:00 am to 6:00 pm will continue to apply Tuesday through Sundays.
The option of e-Commerce delivery remains an option available to customers, though customers will have to follow pick up directions provided by Canada Post for home deliveries.
Delivery through Foodora is also available for those living within the delivery boundaries.
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New store hours follow previous actions taken by the LCBO since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, including increased cleaning and sanitization, and implementing in-store measures that promote physical distancing.
Customers should remember that:
- The LCBO is managing traffic flow within stores to avoid crowding, and marking points on the floor as guidance while in line.
- The use of debit or credit as payment is strongly encouraged.
- Bring reusable bags
- In-store product returns aren’t being accepted until further notice
- Any customers who are sick, in isolation, or returning from travel outside of Canada should not visit stores.
LCBO Convenience Outlets authorized to sell beverage alcohol are privately-owned and business hours may vary.
One LCBO employee — a staff-member at 1115 Lodestar Road, near Allen Road and Rimrock — has tested positive for coronavirus.
They last worked in the store on Friday, March 20.