A taxing situation for Canada’s c-stores
Announced reduction in fees excludes our industry retailers.
The taxing reality for Canada’s c-stores
When it comes to threshold for eligibility of a new interchange rate, every convenience store in Canada must be treated as a small to mid-size business, regardless of corporate structure.
Western Canada update
CICC ramps up national presence with advocacy work on the key issues impacting c-stores in B.C., Alberta and Manitoba.
We’re in your corner…
Governments need to understand that their policies have a direct impact on our industry’s ability to survive and thrive.
Conquering contraband in Canada
Illicit tobacco costs all Canadians, but there is a way (if politicians have the will) to tackle the problem.
Making wishes come true, making communities stronger
Our stores are more than places to buy lottery tickets, a drink or a snack.
Full-court press on credit card fees
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 same old story can’t continue – time to reduce credit card fees
The cost of convenience is quickly becoming unsustainable and threatening the prosperity of Canadian communities.
A future in peril: The unsustainable cost of convenience
Pandemic created a perfect storm for Canada’s c-store industry.
National Convenience Week is just around the corner: Join us!
Event, to boost industry awareness and support Make-A-Wish Canada, kicks off August 29th.
Running on empty
As inflation continues to push up gas prices and lower profits, CICC is advocating for governments to take action.
Federal MPs choose Hill’s Top Treats
Effective advocacy is telling a story. Seeing is believing. Sampling is engaging.