I have a very interesting story to tell you, folks.
I've checked out a website called "Yahoo Answers" and I found something very odd that I would like to share to you.
There was one person who has an Ontario Photo Card and then when he/she asked for proof of ID, he/she gave that particular card at a person at the LCBO checkout.
The clerk looked in his book and the clerk replied that a mention in regards to the Ontario Photo Card wasn't listed. The customer got really embarrassed, but the clerk let him go and saying "good enough".
According to the AGCO (Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario) regulations, the Ontario Photo Card "should" be covered, but then again - many places do have the right to refuse service to customers (even though they have the proper ID), which I find it unacceptable. I just don't give a crap about the businesses refusing service to customers.
Perhaps the store in question used an "out-of-date" guide provided by the AGCO (Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario) - that was before the Ontario Photo Card was introduced and is one of the "valid" forms of ID in Ontario.
Don't believe on what I'm saying? The evidence is here.
Now tell me in your own words, what did the clerk and/or customer did wrong? Who is at fault in this situation?