Saskatchewan Government Makes 45-Million Dollars From SLGA Auctions

The Saskatchewan government made over 45-million dollars in the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority retail permit auctions.

35 permits were up for auction through McDougall Auctions starting on February 6th and wrapping up on February 24th.

Locally, Fort Qu’Appelle sold for 1.7-million dollars, Yorkton 815-thousand dollars, Esterhazy 685-thousand dollars, Moosomin 630-thousand dollars, and Carlyle went for 450-thousand dollars.

27 SLGA liquor stores have now closed, with the final seven closing on March 11th.

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