Check the Covid-19 webpage for relevant information regarding the current public health measures under the province’s Roadmap to Reopen affecting each of the AGCO’s regulated sectors.

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) is responsible for administering the Liquor Licence Act (LLA) and specific sections of the Liquor Control Act (LCA), which together with the regulations made under them establish the licensing and regulatory regime for most aspects relating to the sale and service of alcohol in Ontario.

Among its regulatory activities in the alcohol sector, the AGCO is responsible for authorizing eligible grocers to sell beer, wine and cider, and ensuring that these products are sold responsibly and in accordance with the law.

This portal is intended for staff who work in grocery stores or wine boutiques where wine, beer or cider is sold.

Use the resources below to help you obtain your sale/server training or to better understand your obligations under Ontario’s regulatory framework for alcohol sales in grocery stores.

iAGCO Online Services for alcohol-related transactions are paperless! For more information visit iAGCO Information page.
Line of Business: 
Liquor Sales in Grocery Stores

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