Controlled entrance installed at Tyndall Market Liquor Mart The Tyndall Market Liquor Mart at 850 Keewatin St. re-opened on Nov. 27 with a new controlled entrance, according to a media advisory from Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries. The store was temporarily closed after three people were assaulted during a theft on Nov. 20. The inner door of the shop is locked, and customers are now required to provide valid photo identification which will be scanned at a security station in order for them to enter the store. Minors are now prohibited from entering the Liquor Mart, even if accompanied by adults. Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries said the public can expect controlled entrances to be added to all Liquor Marts in Winnipeg in the coming months. Until then, police presence will be expanded at all Liquor Marts.

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Controlled entrance installed at Tyndall Market Liquor Mart 
The Tyndall Market Liquor Mart at 850 Keewatin St. re-opened on Nov. 27 with a new controlled entrance, according to a media advisory from Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries.
The store was temporarily closed after three people were assaulted during a theft on Nov. 20.
The inner door of the shop is locked, and customers are now required to provide valid photo identification which will be scanned at a security station in order for them to enter the store.
Minors are now prohibited from entering the Liquor Mart, even if accompanied by adults.
Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries said the public can expect controlled entrances to be added to all Liquor Marts in Winnipeg in the coming months.
Until then, police presence will be expanded at all Liquor Marts.

 The Tyndall Market Liquor Mart at 850 Keewatin St. re-opened on Nov. 27 with a new controlled entrance.

The store was temporarily closed after three people were assaulted during a theft on Nov. 20.

The inner door of the shop is locked, and customers are now required to provide valid photo identification which will be scanned at a security station in order for them to enter the store, according to a media advisory from Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries.

Minors are now prohibited from entering the Liquor Mart, even if accompanied by adults.

Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries said the public can expect controlled entrances to be added to all Liquor Marts in Winnipeg in the coming months.

Until then, police presence will be expanded at all Liquor  Marts.

— Staff