3 trends poised to shape convenience in 2021 In a world where consumers’ constantly changing product preferences, sky-high expectations and buying behaviours rule, trends often push c-stores to pivot, innovate and aim higher.
Q: What should I do if an employee has COVID-19?A: COVID-19 constitutes a workplace hazard under the Canada Labour Code, which means employers are responsible for the occupational health and safety of their employees.
Sign of the times: On-site communications speak volumes when it comes to enticing customers in store As Canadian consumers become more selective about where and when they shop, it pays to know which marketing strategies resonate with shoppers at the gas and c-store level.
<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Many regions and provinces implementing mandatory mask orders that require masks be worn inside enclosed public spaces, including convenience stores and gas station kiosks.<br /><br />This means retailers are left in the defect position of policing masks inside thei
At 181, Nova Scotia’s Frieze and Roy is celebrated as Canada’s oldest general store Everybody in the community of Maitland, NS, roughly 90 kilometres from Halifax, knows that you can get potato chips, lottery tickets, and even maple syrup at Frieze and Roy.