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NDP Leader Adrian Dix Flatly Rejects LDB Privatization

This past week, the BC Liberal government has faced tough questions about its plan to privatize the Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB). Those questions followed the release of documents that showed the government had not intended to move forward with the privatization until it was approached by a company using a lobbyist with connections to the BC Liberal party. That company, Exel Logistics, is now in the running for the contract to run BC's liquor distribution system. Adrian Dix is the Leader of the BC NDP. He is asking the government to re-think its plan to privatize the LDB.


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