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On behalf of Edmonton retailers, RCC has signed on as a founding member of Prosperity Edmonton, a newly formed coalition comprised of associations representing diverse sectors of Edmonton’s...

Following years of Retail Council of Canada (RCC) advocacy, the Nova Scotia government has finally made the regulatory change to allow the retail sector to always honour Canada Day on July 1st....

The Ontario Ministry of Labour has released its enforcement blitz campaign as the following:

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Small/independent retailer –...

RCC has spent a significant amount of time and effort working with the City of Vancouver, Recycle BC and members to achieve the best solution possible.

1. The strategy proposes a bylaw...

In late 2017, Oceanex (container shipping business) had a hearing before the Federal Court of Canada where it asked for a ruling that the federal Transport Minister is exceeding his jurisdiction...

Canada Day 2018 will fall on a Sunday which creates problems for the retail industry in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. In these provinces, July 1, 2018 will be a regular business day while most...

Last week, Halifax Regional Council voted against a motion to ban the use of single use plastic bags in the city.  Instead, council voted for staff to prepare a report on the logistics and...

The City of Victoria has passed a bylaw which, effective July 1, 2018, would:

• ban the distribution of single-use plastic shopping bags, except for a list of exemptions that includes...

As anticipated, on November 29, 2017 the Alberta Government introduced Bill 31, A Better Deal for Consumers and Businesses Act, designed to level the playing field for Alberta businesses and...

The Alberta NDP Government made a commitment in their March 2, 2017 throne speech to strengthen consumer protection laws and introduce a Consumer Bill of Rights. 

Throughout July, August...

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