One of the biggest stories in Ontario this week wasn’t about Toronto’s allegedly crackhead mayor Rob Ford, or the fundamentally sketchy behavior of two Conservative Senators Mike Duffy and Pamela Wallin, it was the serious-business worry about whether we’d be able to buy liquor over this Victoria Day long weekend. This, because the LCBO was poised to go on strike.
As such, Sarah wrote a couple stories about this phenomenon for Huffington Post Music Canada. The first takes us through all the stages of grief in realizing that you’re going to run out of booze, all set to mostly-Canadian music.
The second, written after the LCBO strike was averted, contemplates those same stages of grief, but hey, we don’t have to worry about it now, so let’s get shit-faced.