As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to escalate, Alimentation Couche-Tard and its wholly owned subsidiary Circle K, are implementing critical emergency measures for the protection and support of the health and safety of its customers and employees around the globe.
In provinces and territories across Canada, c-stores remain open, serving communities.
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Brian Hannasch, Couche-Tard president and CEO, said in a release: \"I know these are stressful, difficult days as we see the effects of this global pandemic on our lives, workplaces, and neighbourhoods. As a company, we are deeply committed to being part of the solution for our customers and our employees. Our team members are working hard to create impactful measures to serve our communities, and I have never been prouder to be the leader of this company.\"
With a focus on the health and safety of its employees and customers, strategies include:
In addition, as a thank you, free coffee, tea and polar pop are being offered to first responders and health care workers, as well as to store employees.
Measure designed to help hourly store employees on the frontline of this crisis, include: