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Decision Ontario: Advocating for alcohol modernization and cracking down on contraband
Convenience stores are part of the fabric of Ontario communities and government has a vested interest in supporting our industry.
Beer shortage caused by Molson Coors strike looms in parts of Quebec, bar owners warn
What does this mean for c-stores?
Beverage alcohol in c-stores makes dollars and sense
New research illustrates economic benefits of CICC's “Made in Ontario” proposal to sell craft beer, wine and coolers in the province’s 8,300 convenience stores.
The name says it all: Dépanneur Bière Froide Cold Beer
At this innovative Montreal convenience store, beer sales represent about 80% of revenue.
Liquid Gold: Beverage alcohol at convenience
Amid a Canada-wide industry push, beverage alcohol may finally be ready for its long-awaited breakthrough. Are you?
Curfew comes to an end in Quebec, as new rules kick in
What does this mean for convenience operators?
7-Eleven Canada opens the taps on serving beverage alcohol
Pilot in Edmonton now offers beer, wine and coolers for on-premises consumption or takeout.
NB's minimum wage hike will create “unsustainable” economic climate for c-stores: CICC & ACSA
Industry associations proposed solution, outlining four-point action plan to support retailers.
Government needs to help solve LCBO Convenience Outlet issues
C-store operators are hesitant to voice concerns for fear of retribution.
7-Eleven expands on-demand alcohol delivery to more than 1,200 U.S. stores
Retailer teams up with Drizly, an Uber company, after successful pilot.
OCSA teams up with Liquid Avatar Technologies for Smart Age, a digital age verification program
As the industry looks for more opportunities to sell age-restricted products, transparency and enhanced verification tools will become increasingly important.
CICC calls on Ontario to allow convenience stores to sell local craft beer, wine, coolers
Proposal designed to support local businesses and provide choice.
LCBO Convenience Outlets dealing with new $250 delivery fee
Weekly, it could add $13,000 to operators' expenses.
Majority of Nova Scotians support selling beer and wine in convenience stores
CICC survey finds those who had purchased beer or wine within the last 60 days were more likely to support this idea, compared to those who had not purchased beer or wine recently.