VIDEO: Hudak Outlines Plans For the LCBO
Booze at corner and grocery stores? It could happen if Tim Hudak was elected premier.
The Tory leader outlined his plans for alcohol in the province in front of the LCBO in Liberty Village.
Hudak says he wants what will keep raking in the dough for the province, all while not having to worry about paying public servants to do all the work.
As LCBO outlets across the province received their daily deliveries, Hudak revealed all options are on the table when it comes to a full or partial sale of the LCBO.
It's an idea shoppers can get behind, with some underlining since grocery and corner stores have different hours than the LCBO, it would be a convenient way to stock up for a last minute get togethers.
Hudak underlined he is not considering making any changes to alcohol taxes.
He says the province needs to treat people like adults, pointing to places like Quebec and New York as places that have more a diverse range of places to by alcohol.