Demand for responsibly-sourced, manufactured, packaged, distributed and sold products is a growing retailer mandate and consumer imperative.
Retail Council of Canada works closely with retailers, governments and supply chain partners, including food growers, animal producers, manufacturers and sellers to develop practices and policies that advance sustainability goals while minimizing operational cost and disruption.
Further Reading, Resources & Events
April 23, 2018
Textile waste is quickly emerging as an important issue for the retail sector.
October 26, 2016
September 5, 2018
For members with stores in Victoria: City of Victoria bans plastic bags, regulates paper and reusable bags
September 27, 2018
PEI Passes Bill to Ban Single Use Plastic Bags – RCC Secures Amendments to Lessen Impact
June 14, 2018
For members with stores in Vancouver: Vancouver Council adopts Single-Use Item Reduction Strategy
May 24, 2018
For members with stores in Nova Scotia: City of Halifax Votes Against Ban on Single Use Plastic Bags – RCC Working with Nova Scotia Government on Provincial Solution
January 23, 2018
For members with stores in Alberta: Used Oil Program Amalgamated into Alberta Recycling
January 19, 2018