Liquor store preparing for possible strike


The LCBO says it is putting contingency plans in place in case its workers go on strike.
    
The Ontario Public Service Employees Union, which represents workers at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario,  says it has requested a no board report from the Ministry of Labour.
    
Once the ministry issues such a report, the union would be in a legal strike position 17 days later.
    
The LCBO says a number of bargaining dates have been set this month and it's hopeful that a negotiated collective agreement can be reached.