With files from Maury Wrubleski 

Another former SLGA building has been sold in the province. The SLGA site in Assiniboia has fetched a price of $260,000. It’s among the buildings owned by the provincial government and operated as SLGA liquor stores until the last operating store closed. 

The outlet in Biggar sold earlier in the year, in the same sale as the location in Watrous, as the two combined brought in $800,000. SLGA previously accepted offers on properties located in the communities of Fort Qu'Appelle, Watrous, Humboldt, Esterhazy, La Ronge, Buffalo Narrows, Creighton, Carlyle and Moosomin. To date, total property sales have resulted in $3,515,000. 

All 34 SLGA retail stores ceased operations, with the last of the stores closing, on March 11. Only three former outlet buildings remain up for sale. They are the Saskatoon Idylwyld Drive location, one in Nipawin and one in Yorkton.