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Following months of advocacy by Retail Council of Canada (RCC), the City of Fredericton has voted to allow retailers to determine the Sunday opening hours that work best for their businesses.  At...

 

Canadian merchants pay among the highest costs in the world for processing credit card payments.

Why Are Payment Costs Increasing?

  • There are 76 million credit...

Our members have been long-time supporters of Interac and of Interac’s low cost secure debit option.  These restructuring proposals will ensure that Interac will continue to be an option for our...

The Government of Canada has approved the use of special measures under the Employment Insurance  Work-Sharing program to assist employers and workers temporarily affected by the flooding in...

Small businesses impacted by the recent floods in southern Alberta and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo are now eligible for additional support for their recovery efforts.

The...

Over the last 3 months

  • Worked with federal government to streamline reporting requirements for Chemical Environment Protection Act ensuring members were able to...

Imagine this scenario: a nurse has just come off a 10 day shift and is in urgent need of retail therapy.  He or she rushes to their favourite store seeking relief – only to be denied.  No soup for...

On June 6 the City of Toronto passed two motions.

1) To prohibit all retail stores from providing customers with single-use plastic carryout (shopping) bags, including compostable,...

Issue:
Effective September 1, 2012, Alberta’s hourly minimum wage will jump 35 cents from $9.40 to $9.75. This 3.5 per cent increase is less than the previous average annual increases of 5...

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