Tories Want To Review Alcohol Sales
Imagine just walking a block to your local corner store and picking up some beer or maybe even wine.
It's something the Progressive Conservatives say the province should consider as they oppose plans by the LCBO to spend $100 million over two years to build about 70 new stores.
The Tories say it's time to review the government's role in the booze business.
However, Premier Dalton McGuinty says he doesn't support selling alcohol outside of LCBO outlets. He says only they have the tools necessary to provide parents with the guarantee booze won't be sold to underage kids.