Illicit tobacco costs all Canadians, but there is a way (if politicians have the will) to tackle the problem.
Our stores are more than places to buy lottery tickets, a drink or a snack.
Government's commitment to take action is a major win, but the game isn't over yet and neither is CICC's advocacy on this key issue.
The cost of convenience is quickly becoming unsustainable and threatening the prosperity of Canadian communities.
Pandemic created a perfect storm for Canada’s c-store industry.
Event, to boost industry awareness and support Make-A-Wish Canada, kicks off August 29th.
As inflation continues to push up gas prices and lower profits, CICC is advocating for governments to take action.
Effective advocacy is telling a story. Seeing is believing. Sampling is engaging.
Convenience stores are part of the fabric of Ontario communities and government has a vested interest in supporting our industry.
CICC invites MPs to vote for their favourite treats as part of an advocacy campaign reminding leaders of the valuable role c-stores play in their communities and the economy.
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.