A glimmer of light from the finance minister on Tuesday, as he and the premier were grilled on the sale of local local alcohol and craft beer in corner stores.
The minister wasn't standing his ground as firmly as Monday, when Charles Sousa said they want to keep things as-is, with no plans for change in alcohol sales in the province.
Sousa underlined he doesn't see changes in the foreseeable future. However, he went on to say he's not closing the door to any ideas when it comes to alcohol sales.
Sousa maintained he wants to provide the best value to taxpayers, given the LCBO gave the government $1.6 billion last year.
When the premier was asked if she could be swayed by voters, she joked that they can't be bought. Kathleen Wynne notes that she is likely getting calls from residents on both sides of this issue.
Kathleen Wynne stressed the LCBO, is a "terrific distribution network."
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