Fast Facts

    With 90%+ customer satisfaction, it’s clear: keeping liquor public works for Manitoba!


    Keeping liquor public helps keep alcohol out of underage hands


    Public liquor profits stay in Manitoba, funding health, schools and more


    Keeping liquor public means safer streets, stronger communities & better service


    Public serves us better! Better service, safer communities & reinvesting at home


    Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries invests $11.5M a year to promote safety & treat addiction


    Manitoba’s Public liquor: 855 family-supporting jobs, wages stay in the community, and profits fund services you count on


    From Express Marts to extended hours and home delivery, public Liquor Marts are more convenient than ever


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Public Liquor Marts Fund Public Services — over $280 million a year for health, schools, roads, community services.


Better selection, expert staff, and safer communities.


855 family supporting jobs across Manitoba; better service, great selection; profits go back to funding services.


Supporting communities: Profits from Public Liquor Marts support hundreds of community events across Manitoba!


Keeping Liquor Public: 90%+ customer satisfaction. Great service and selection, strong social priorities, satisfied customers.


Public = Safer streets and healthier communities — because public liquor stores invest in safety


Public Liquor Marts Ingredients: great customer service, good selection, strong social priorities. Balance well & Serve with excellence.


Public liquor stores refused sales to over 15,500 minors in 2015


Hands up if you’re glad that public liquor stores help fund services families count on, to the tune of over $280 million a year.


Did you know? Public liquor store staff are trained to protect our community by refusing sales to minors and people who are drunk. It’s one more way public serves us better.


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Coalition Partners

We’re a coalition of Manitoba organizations working for public safety, strong communities and quality public services.

Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1505

Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union

Manitoba Nurses Union

Manitoba Federation of Labour

John Howard Society of Manitoba

Paramedic Association of Manitoba

Winnipeg Labour Council

National Union of Public and General Employees

CUPE Manitoba

Canadian Union of Postal Workers

MGEU Golico

Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals

Cantor’s Quality Meats and Groceries

UFCW Local 832

Yvonne Block, former CEO, Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

United Steelworkers District 3

MADD Canada

Council of Canadians

Public serves us better!

better service / safer communities / reinvesting at home