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Board Renewal and a New Strategy for Liquor Stores Ltd.

("Liquor Stores" or the "Company"), today released a letter to shareholders and a dissident proxy circular (the "Dissident Circular") urging shareholders to appoint six new, highly qualified, independent members of Liquor Stores' board (the "Board") to effect real change and pursue a new, clear strategy to realize increased value for all shareholders. (Toronto time) on June 15, 2017. The nominees being put forward are independent of PointNorth and bring to Liquor Stores qualifications across a wide number of disciplines, including alcohol beverage retailing, packaged goods, capital markets, private equity and governance. In proposing these nominees, PointNorth declined the existing current Board's earlier offer of two seats on a nine member Board, noting that to have accepted it would have perpetuated both the entrenchment of the existing Board and the status quo. PointNorth is an approximately 10% investor and is not seeking to elect to the Board any of its people. Rather, PointNorth is asking fellow shareholders to support it in effecting real change by electing six new, highly qualified, independent Board members. "Contrary to Liquor Stores' assertions, control of public companies has not been, and is not, a PointNorth investment objective," said Philip Evershed, Managing Partner at PointNorth Capital. "We endeavor to elect independent Board members to enable Board renewal where we louis vuitton bags 2013 prices think it will be in the best interests of all shareholders. The objective is a new Board with its own strategy and renewed energy to drive shareholder value. Control of Liquor Stores remains fully in the market as does a control premium should a buyer emerge." In addition to putting forward six nominees to the Board, the Dissident Circular outlines a new strategy that significantly differs from the Company's current approach (the "New Strategy"). The Company has strayed from its roots as a convenience offering with a network of smaller stores in prime locations. The New Strategy clearly addresses long standing issues such as excessive operating costs, which are higher than the Company's peer group. The New Strategy also sets out specific measures to reduce the costs of Liquor Stores' expensive and inefficient inventory management practices which result in the weakest inventory turns among its peers. PointNorth believes that the New Strategy will result in a healthier balance sheet and allow for a more efficient allocation of capital to priorities that deliver better bottom line results, including an accelerated store network renovation plan. These initiatives are expected to reverse the trend of erosion of the Company's market share and declining same store sales in its core Canadian markets. diversification strategy that the Company's management acknowledges is facing increasing competitive pressure and a proposal to more tightly align management compensation with the Company's financial and share price performance. To oversee the implementation of the New Strategy, PointNorth is nominating the following individuals (none of whom are partners, investor, employees or directors of PointNorth): Derek H. Burney Mr. Burney is the former Chairman and CEO of Bell Canada International, former President CEO of CAE Inc. and Former Canadian Ambassador to the United States of America. Mr. Burney is a member of the Board of TransCanada Pipelines Limited, serves on the Advisory Board of Paradigm Capital and on the International Advisory Board for Garda World Security Corporation. John R. Barnett, CPA Mr. Barnett is the former Chairman and CEO of Rothmans Canada and, prior to that, CEO of Molson Canada and President of Molson USA. He brings to the Board an extensive background in the alcohol beverage and consumer packaged goods industries. Karen A. Prentice Mrs. Prentice, a lawyer by profession, is a former EVP, Corporate Services and Corporate Secretary of ENMAX Corporation. Mrs. Prentice served for six years as a member of the Alberta Securities Commission where she chaired the Human Resources Committee. She is also the Former Chair of the Board of Trustees of Canmarc Real Estate Investment Trust. Kenneth G. Barbet Mr. Barbet is the former transformative CEO of the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation and former CEO of louis vuitton shoes wholesale Big Rock Brewery. Mr. Barbet brings to the Liquor Stores' Board a 30 year career in retail focused on alcohol beverage, grocery, pharmacy, and eyeglass retail and consumer packaged goods. Mr. Barbet is currently CEO of Doctors Eye Care Co Op Ltd. James F. C. Burns Mr. Burns is a former private equity investor and former Partner at Gordon Investment Corporation where he was responsible for investments including: Specialty Equipment Ltd., Sound Warehouse Inc., Empire Realty Credit Corp., ConCap Equities Inc., Windmill Bakeries, and Shepherd Manufacturing Ltd. Mr. Burns is also a former Managing Director at CIBC Wood Gundy. Richard D. Perkins Mr. Perkins is a former senior executive responsible for business strategy at the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation where, for a decade, he held several key positions including VP, Marketing and Communications and VP, Business Development and IT. He also served as an executive and member of senior management with Newcourt Credit Group and CIBC and served as a Director of the Business Development Bank of Canada. If you are a shareholder that is disappointed with the performance of your investment and concerned about the Company's future, PointNorth urges you to support its six nominees who will implement real change at Liquor Stores. Please join PointNorth in voting your BLUE proxy form or BLUE voting instruction form for six new directors no matter how many shares you own. (Toronto time) by June 15, 2017. Ltd.'s issuer profile. PointNorth, together with its affiliates and associates, is a private equity investment firm formed in Ontario. PointNorth invests, as did its predecessor, in equity and debt situations where it is able to influence operational, financial and strategic direction. PointNorth targets companies that are experiencing financial or operational challenges, are in out of louis vuitton purses san antonio favour sectors or are otherwise in need of change to drive significant long term value for stakeholders. PointNorth does not seek to appoint its founders and principals to the boards of directors of companies it invests in, but rather operates by identifying best in class independent candidates to nominate for board positions. This commitment to improvements benefits all shareholders, not just PointNorth. PointNorth has developed the New Strategy for Liquor Stores with the input of third party alcohol retail industry experts. As at April 21, 2017, PointNorth beneficially owned or controlled or directed, fake louis vuitton bags yahoo answers directly or indirectly, an aggregate of 2,750,000 common shares, representing approximately 9.91% of the common shares in the capital of Liquor Stores. The information contained in this press release does not and is not meant to constitute a solicitation of a proxy within the meaning of applicable corporate and securities laws. PointNorth has issued the Dissident Circular to Liquor Stores' shareholders, in compliance with applicable law. Notwithstanding the foregoing, PointNorth is voluntarily providing the disclosure required under section 9.2(4) of National Instrument 51 102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations in accordance with corporate and securities laws applicable to public broadcast solicitations.

This press release and any solicitation made by PointNorth is made by or on behalf of PointNorth and not by or on behalf of management of Liquor Stores. PointNorth has engaged a solicitation agent, Kingsdale Advisors ("Kingsdale"), to make proxy solicitations for a fee of $75,000. All costs incurred for any solicitation will be borne by PointNorth, provided that, subject to applicable law, PointNorth may seek reimbursement from Liquor Stores of PointNorth's out of pocket expenses, including proxy solicitation expenses and legal fees, incurred in connection with a successful reconstitution of the board at the annual and special meeting (the "Meeting") of Liquor Stores' shareholders.

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