Comment 57235

By jonathan dalton (registered) | Posted January 20, 2011 at 16:38:15

The LCBO seems to be agressively pursuing the big box model and losing interest in smaller locations. They recently closed the Union Station store, which was tiny and had limited hours but was always packed. It must have been extremely profitable for its size, and it was immensely convenient for commuters and travelers. I can't figure out for the life of me why they would close that down. I also can't figure out why, with the synergy being near 24,000 higher than average paid workers and the shopping of Jackson Square, not to mention the pedestrian traffic at King and James, that the LC would not see the market for a bigger and better location. How many would be customers have written it off for years because they know it's junk?

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