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The Government of British Columbia introduced a new Franchises Act in the legislature on Monday. The legislation is expected to pass the legislature this fall and become law in 2016 as both the...

On May 8, 2015, the Superior Court of Quebec confirmed that the addition of any extra charges to the advertised price of a product or service is prohibited, even if a customer or client has prior...

On June 10, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill to repeal COOL provisions for beef, pork and chicken. While this marks a critical step in ending the trade dispute, the U.S Senate must...

U.S. Congress introduced COOL labelling requirements for fresh beef, pork and lamb in 2002. COOL was introduced as a consumer information program, but it immediately had the effect of promoting U....

Enhancements to the Code of Conduct for the Credit Card and Debit Card Industry in Canada (“the Code”) have now been released. The Retail Council of Canada was a driving force in...

After over 12 months of advocacy, Retail Council of Canada (RCC) has been successful in convincing Halifax Regional Council to:

  • Maintain the current tipping fee rate for Industrial...

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