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Grocery store wine delayed; OPSEU launches radio ad campaign to warn of impacts of privatized alcohol sales

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The Toronto Star reports that a plan to make wine available in supermarkets will be delayed for one year. Meantime, OPSEU has launced a radio advertising campaign to warn of the potentional impacts on health care caused by wider availability of alcohol retailing. Read more

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