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Liquor and Cannabis Retail Stores Continue to Operate

AGLC supports cannabis and liquor licensees and their employees as they continue their business operations. Learn more

Object to a retail cannabis licence

AGLC Board will consider objections to a new licence within 21 days of posting for the retail licence applications. Objections will also be considered for the following:

  • Renewal of an existing retail cannabis licence
  • Relocation of existing retail cannabis licensed premises

View a complete list of current Proposed Licence Applications.


AGLC does not regulate these factors, which are the responsibility of the municipality:

  • The number of cannabis stores in the municipality
  • The location of stores and space between stores
  • Matters that involve retail competition
  • Community image, safety and property values


Where to send objections

You may send objections to:

Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis

Director, Compliance
50 Corriveau Avenue
St. Albert, AB T8N 3T5

Contact Inspections via email or at an AGLC office.