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Retail beer stores in the Canadian province of Ontario reopened, ending a monthlong shutdown caused by a labor dispute. Brewers' Warehousing Co. Ltd., which operates the stores, and the province's three biggest breweries--Molson, Labatt and Carling--ended a lockout of nearly 4,000 workers after the 11th of 12 union locals ratified a three-year contract. The lockout continues at a Labatt's plant in London, where the local rejected the contract. The members will vote on it again today.

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