Buying booze at 9am and happy hour promotions in Doug Ford's plan
You can order a drink in Ontario at the same time most people are grabbing their morning coffee.
In today's budget, the PC government announced plans to change a series of laws governing alcohol sales.
The changes would allow municipalities to pass laws that allow drinking in some public areas like parks.
The also extend the hours a licensed establishment can serve alcohol, starting at 9 a.m., seven days a week.
The province will also change rules to allow bars to advertise ``happy hour'' promotions.
The government says it will also look at ways to lower beer costs at Royal Canadian Legions by this fall.
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Larry speaks to Sean Simpson Owner of Simpson’s Pharmasave, former chair of the Ontario Pharmacist Association