This type of licence authorizes the holder to deliver liquor and/or cannabis purchased from a licensed supplier in Manitoba. A licensed supplier includes a licensed liquor or cannabis retailer, a liquor service licensee and a liquor manufacturer with a retail endorsement.
National carriers and employees of a licensed supplier do not require a delivery licence to deliver liquor or cannabis in Manitoba.
Delivery licensees must comply with the terms and conditions set by the LGCA when delivering liquor or cannabis on behalf of a licensed supplier. This includes not selling or keeping a stock of liquor or cannabis. Deliveries can be made only on behalf of a licensed supplier.
Delivery licensees must also comply with legislation, regulations and any requirements or conditions placed on the licence.
RESTRICTIONS FOR CANNABIS DELIVERY
Delivery licensees that deliver cannabis cannot process orders or accept payments on behalf of licensed cannabis retailers in Manitoba. All processing (including e-commerce) for the purchase of cannabis must be done by the licensed cannabis retailer from which the customer is purchasing cannabis. A delivery company that delivers cannabis and does not fulfill delivery in this manner is not eligible for licensing. This restriction does not apply to the delivery of liquor.
A non-refundable licence application fee of $500 must accompany the forms.
You must be honest in your application. The LGCA conducts background investigations on all applications as part of the licensing process. Failing to disclose complete and relevant information in the application forms will result in a more detailed investigation, longer processing time, and the possible denial of a licence. Investigations that include criminal charges, bankruptcies and civil proceedings do not automatically result in the denial of a licence.