Distribution of alcoholic drinks in Canada is largely under the monopoly provincial governments except Alberta which is wholly private.
Alcoholic drinks market across Canada in 2013 is around $22 billions with the retail prices . Ontario and Quebec represent close to 60% of the entire Canadian Market.
The Canadian wine market is as large as $7 billion with the highest annual growth rate of 5% amongst all segments.
LCBO, the alcoholic drinks distribution monopoly of the Ontario Government, is the largest retailer in the world with a sales revenue of $7.5 billions of which wine sales accounts at $2.3 billions.
LCBO purchases through multiple tenders and accepts offers only from the agents of international producers.
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