Ford government makes more liquor law changes
Ontario is changing its liquor laws to allow boat operators with liquor licences to temporarily sell and serve alcohol while their boats are docked.
It's also amending the Liquor Licence Act to allow alcohol delivery services to use contractors.
It says this will give consumers more options for delivery services when buying alcohol from Ontario retailers, including the LCBO and The Beer Store.
The province says the changes, which went into effect yesterday, will help hospitality workers and businesses.
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