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Toronto, Ontario - December 11, 2014 - Beer Store Manager and four-time World Champion curler Glenn Howard is joined by Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police President Jennifer Evans in a new TV ad promoting responsible drinking during the 2014 holiday season.
In 2013-2014, Ontario beer drinkers returned over 92% of their beer containers to the Beer Store, saving Ontario municipal taxpayers $40 million. And we’re continually working to make your customer experience a better one.
Mississauga, Ontario – June 27, 2013 – Amidst the ongoing debate about introducing beer, wine and hard liquor into Ontario convenience stores, a new market survey of beer prices in three provinces where alternative private retailing models exist -- Quebec, British Columbia and Alberta -- confirms that beer is currently much cheaper here and Ontarians can ex
We are proud to announce that The Beer Store was recently recognized with a Canadian Stewardship Award at the Conference on Canadian Stewardship in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Ted Moroz, President of The Beer Store (TBS), was there to accept the award on behalf of TBS on Monday, September 19th, 2011.
On behalf of all 7,000 of us at The Beer Store, we thank the Globe Foundation for this very prestigious award. We are very proud of our green initiatives and in addition to Health and Safety, Responsible Sale, and Community Citizenship, Environmental Responsibility is one of our most critical core values.
Stacked end to end they would reach three quarters of the way to the moon.
Today, the One Billionth liquor container was returned to The Beer Store under the Bag it Back program, the Ontario government's highly successful deposit return program for wine, spirit and beer containers sold through LCBO and Ontario winery retail stores.
Ontarians would likely be satisfied just to have an establishment from which to buy beer, without any frills. But The Beer Store doesn't see itself like that. President Ted Moroz is passionate about the company's environmental initiatives and the company has a long history of environmental efforts.
The Beer Store closing green gap, one kilowatt at a time.
The Beer Store received a 2009 Customer for Conservation acknowledgement from Toronto Hydro for its commitment to actively and devotedly continuing to ramp up efforts toward creating a culture of conservation in Toronto.