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The latest attempt to allow the sale of beer and wine at convenience stores has been quashed. Though The Ontario Convenience Stores Association is making their pitch today to sell local wines and craft beers in their stores, Finance Minister Charles Sousa is already telling the press that they have no chance, noting that "the government-run liquor stores and the foreign-owned Beer Store do a good job of keeping minors from buying booze." [The Star]