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Ontario’s deal to get beer in corner stores serves up debate over costs

Summary
The Ontario government’s deal to accelerate the sale of beer in convenience stores and big-box outlets and to allow it in additional supermarkets will cost more than its announced $225-million price tag. But the added bill depends on how quickly the new system changes the province’s alcohol-retailing landscape.

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