The BC Liquor Keep will be closing its doors at Path Bay Centre and reopening at Tsain-Ko Village Shopping Centre afterwards this month, but the Trail Bay buying shopping mall will not go very long with out a libation locale.
The “soon-to-be-vacated” house next to Claytons Heritage Sector will be occupied by Sechelt’s Lighthouse Liquor, which is transforming possession. Renovations are anticipated to be done and the liquor retail outlet open by the tumble.
“We are very pleased to be at the main of our group, making sure that Downtown Sechelt proceeds to be a lively and remarkable space complete of boutique, regionally owned operations” mentioned Dick Clayton, chairman of the Path Bay Group.
All personnel will be retained, according to a information release asserting the shift, and even though renovations at Trail Bay Centre are underway, the retail outlet will go on functioning out of its 5580 Wharf Ave. location.
“When it opens, the 5,000-sq.-ft. space will boast a absolutely renovated interior, vastly enhanced range and an greater quantity of chilled products and solutions,” reported the launch.
An invitation-only opening ceremony, in the meantime, has been prepared for the BC Liquor Retailer location at the Tsain-Ko Village Browsing Centre on June 25, in accordance to the Liquor Distribution Department.
Associates of shíshálh Country council will be in attendance, and a welcoming prayer and track will accompany the opening.
In April, a BC Hashish Retail outlet opened at the shíshálh Nation-owned purchasing centre, marking the to start with time a authorities-owned hashish shop opened on land under the jurisdiction of a 1st Nation.