December 4, 2012
Hudak wants booze at convenience stores
By Antonella Artuso, Queen's Park Bureau Chief
TORONTO - A Tim Hudak Ontario government would end the province’s beer and liquor monopolies and allow the sale of alcohol in private outlets, such as corner and grocery stores, the PC leader promised.
Hudak unveiled his vision for the government-owned LCBO (Liquor Control Board of Ontario) Tuesday, which could involve selling off all or parts of the LCBO, but would definitely prevent the expansion of the stores in Ontario.