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Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries invests $12.9 million a year to promote responsible drinking and fund addictions treatment programs in our communities.

 
 
 

Responsible service helps keeps our young people safe.

 

What makes a great cocktail? Equal parts expert service, great selection and social responsibility.

 

Safer streets and healthier communities — public serves us better.

 

Profits from Manitoba’s Public Liquor Marts stay in Manitoba — funding health, schools and more.

 

With 93% customer satisfaction, it’s clear: keeping liquor public works for Manitoba!

 
 
 

Coalition Partners

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

UFCW Local 832

Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union

MADD Canada

Paramedic Association of Manitoba

Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals

CUPE Manitoba

Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1505

Manitoba Nurses Union

Winnipeg Labour Council

United Steelworkers District 3

Canadian Union of Postal Workers

John Howard Society of Manitoba

Council of Canadians

National Union of Public and General Employees

Manitoba Federation of Labour

Yvonne Block, former CEO, Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Cantor’s Quality Meats and Groceries

MGEU Golico

Stop Pallister’s Privatization Plan

Public serves us better!

better service / safer communities / reinvesting at home