The AGLC is excited to announce the launch of an informative new educational video series. These videos provide information on common liquor infractions, policies and regulations in a fun and informative format for the benefit of licensees and their employees. The first video: Service to Intoxicated Customers outlines what to do when a server is faced with an intoxicated customer attempting to order more drinks. A series on gaming issues will follow in May. Check back regularly as new videos will be posted approximately every 4-6 weeks for the next few months.
Liquor manufacturing policy review update - March 5, 2013
The consultation phase of the review is now closed. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback. The AGLC is in the process of reviewing the consultation responses. Any policy outcomes will be communicated. If you have any questions regarding the review or consultation process, please contact Correna Bluetchen, Manager, Business and Risk Management at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-447-7445.
Liquor manufacturing policy review - December 17, 2012
The AGLC is currently reviewing its Class E liquor licensing (manufacturing) policies. If you are a potential liquor manufacturer or have a special interest in this area and would like to provide feedback, please contact Correna Bluetchen, Manager, Business and Risk Management at email@example.com or 780-447-7445.
Edmonton...During the month of December, school age children around Alberta have the opportunity to write or draw messages related to impaired driving on paper liquor bags. Once the students have completed their messages, the bags will be delivered to local liquor stores for use during the holiday season when consumers purchase wine or similarly sized products.
Awareness and education are the foundations for eliminating impaired driving in Alberta. AGLC is pleased to support Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) in this important initiative. For more information, visit www.saddalberta.com.