Interactive Digital Retail Alcohol Map

Let’s make it an Ontario-made summer, despite the ongoing OPSEU/LCBO strike.

There are thousands of local options available for Ontario consumers looking to buy beer, wine and other drinks, including Ontario-made products from local breweries, wineries and distilleries.

Our government is stepping up to help consumers and support Ontario producers by launching a new interactive Digital Retail Alcohol Map, which will connect people looking to purchase their drink of choice with the closest retailer in their community.

By connecting consumers with over two thousand retail stores, including nearly 1,000 Ontario-made outlets, Ontarians can continue to access convenient and competitively priced options and enjoy their favourite Ontario-made beer, wine, cider and ready-to-drink beverages.

The map will also help support our local breweries, wineries and other small businesses who create thousands of jobs and generate millions for the provincial economy.

It has never been clearer that Ontario consumers need and deserve the same choice and convenience millions of Canadians across the country enjoy when shopping for their favourite drinks.

We made a promise to the people of Ontario in 2018 and again in 2022, and we are going to deliver on that promise by delivering more choice and convenience with beer, cider, wine and ready-to-drink beverages in convenience, grocery and big box stores.

We hope that OPSEU will return to the negotiating table and work constructively towards a deal that puts Ontario consumers and producers first.