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Rio Theatre/Liquor Laws

Last week we spoke to Corrine Lea who is the owner of the Rio Theatre in East Vancouver. Ms. Lea thought she had worked out a deal with the province that would allow the movie house to get a liquor license and still show films. But that turned out not to be the case and the Rio showed its last movie this past weekend. Now Ms. Lea told us there is hope on the horizon.

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