Proposed licence applications and how to file an objection to an application with the AGLC.
The AGLC Board will consider objections to a new licence within 21 days of posting for these types of applications:
- All Class A, B, C, D, and E liquor licences for new premises
- Existing licensed premises applying for more Class A, B, C, D, or E licences
- Changes to the class of existing liquor licensees
- Relocation of existing licensed premises
View a complete list of current Proposed Licence Applications.
The AGLC will consider other objections to a licence under the:
- Licensee Handbook
- Retail Liquor Stores Handbook
- General Merchandise Liquor Store Operating Guidelines
The AGLC does not regulate these factors, which are the responsibility of the municipality:
- The number of liquor stores
- 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 and Liquor Commission
50 Corriveau Avenue
St. Albert, AB T8N 3T5
email: Inspections.Mailbox@aglc.ca or contact Inspections at an AGLC office.