Ontario's laws governing the sale of alcohol are some of Canada's strictest, and Doug Ford's campaign was filled with promises to loosen them. Some of them have been delivered. Others have not. And one that's just a final proclamation from becoming law could start a trade war that could cost all Canadians taxpayer money.
How far will Ford go to deliver beer to corner stores? How is the plan working with voters? As the Conservatives head off for five months away from Queen's Park, are they doing so to reset their focus, or because they're hurting their federal cousins' chances in the critical 905 region?
GUEST: Cynthia Mulligan, CityNews