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The Beer Store Is Launching A Home Delivery Service In Ottawa

Just in time for Canada Day, the Beer Store will now be offering a beer delivery service for certain parts of Ottawa.

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The new trial service, Beer Xpress, will allow Ottawans east of the 416, north of the Ottawa Airport, west of the 417 (before the split) and all the way up to the Quebec border, to receive the service. This includes people in Centretown, Vanier, Westboro, Hintonburg and around uOttawa and Carleton U. Unfortunately, people in Kanata, Barrhaven, Orleans and Bells Corners won't be eligible (for now).

The minimum order for delivery will be $20 and a deliver charge of $9.75 will be applied. Orders over $500 will not be permitted.

Other parts of Ontario will also be testing out the service, like Scarborough.

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