What happened to the Liquor Licensing Board? I presented previous appeals to them.

The Liquor Licensing Board was eliminated as part of the amalgamation of liquor and gaming regulatory responsibilities under The Liquor and Gaming Control Act that came into effect in April 2014. As part of efforts to modernize Manitoba’s regulatory framework for liquor, the approval of liquor licences formerly conducted by the Liquor Licensing Board is now conducted as an administrative process by LGA staff. The LGA board now hears appeals in place of the Liquor Licensing Board.