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Employees at public liquor stores have been asked to take down Christmas decorations after bugs were found in them at one location.
Oliver Rohls, a spokesman with the BC Government and Service Employees Union, says the order came down this morning from the main office as a precaution after insects were found in a container.
“I don't know how many stores are impacted by this directive, but I'm presuming it's any store that had started putting up Christmas decorations has been asked to withdraw them temporarily."
Rohls wouldn't say which location had the bugs, only saying it was in Metro Vancouver.
He adds federal health officials have been called in to investigate.