If Ontarians were looking for one word that defines this year's provincial budget, it would likely be "alcohol." The budget proposed changes designed to relax liquor laws, including drinking in parks, allowing bars and restaurants to serve alcohol as early as 9 a.m., tailgating at sporting events, and more lenient alcohol advertising rules. The Agenda examines what these more liberalized laws could mean for Ontario.
Episode:
Ontario's Alcohol Rules; Ontario's Liquor History
Aired:
May 15, 2019