Chair of LCBO to step down at end of August


    Ed Clark will likely be leaving his job as the pinnacle of the LCBO.

    The Ontario authorities made the announcement in a press release on Friday. 

    Clark was appointed to the place in January and paid a symbolic $1 per 12 months and can step down at the end of this month.

    Minister of Finance Vic Fedeli mentioned in a press release that Clark had agreed to step down as chair. Fedeli thanked him for his service.

    “Mr. Clark has demonstrated true management and a dedication to public service. Our authorities has appreciated the recommendation and help he has offered over the previous couple of weeks on a quantity of recordsdata.”  

    Clark was president and CEO of TD Financial institution group for 12 years and in addition did different consulting work for the Wynne authorities. He suggested the federal government to privatize Hydro One and advisable the sale of beer and wine in grocery shops earlier than beginning at the LCBO.

    He was additionally serving to with the federal government’s efforts to deliver Amazon’s new headquarters to Ontario.

    Fedeli’s assertion didn’t point out a alternative for Clark.



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