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INTERPROVINCIAL FLOW: In 1968, a five-month strike at Québec’s liquor stores uncorked a flood of new customers for Liquor Control Board of Ontario outlets in border towns, such as Alexandria. This Glengarry County Archives photo shows a line-up at the LCBO store on Main Street. As County Archivist Allan MacDonald notes, the process required patience in those days because customers could not simply select a bottle from a shelf. Order forms had to be completed before staff would present the purchase to the client.