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No Booze in Corner Stores, McGuinty Says

The McGuinty government had a message Wednesday for store owners who want to sell alcohol: Put a cork in it. The Ontario Convenience Store Association was at Queen's Park today arguing that since some stores in remote areas are allowed to sell alcohol, that privilege should be extended to all of them. The campaign began in one such small community. It's called Vanessa, Ontario - in the Brantford area. Joanne McMurchy runs the Vanessa General Store. She joined Here and Now to explain why she got the ball rolling. Listen audio (runs 7:55)

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