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The Government of Manitoba has launched a stakeholder consultation on the development of a customer service accessibility standard in Manitoba and has released a discussion document for public...

Manitoba’s Conservation Minister Gord Mackintosh has introduced Bill 55 - The Environment Amendment Act (Reducing Pesticide Exposure), which will significantly restrict the use and sale of...

While most RCC members will already have seen media and expert coverage of the broad themes in the 2014 Federal Budget, there were two announcements of particular interest to retail merchants....

Marine Atlantic announced a 3% rate increase in its rates for passenger and commercial traffic.  The information can be seen in the following documents:

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RCC continues to express its concern over the recommendation of municipal staff regarding the Integrated Solid-Waste Resource Management Strategy Review – Final Report.  Specifically, RCC Members...

On February 5, 2014, Agnès Maltais, Minister of Labour, announced an increase to the minimum wage from $10.15 to $10.35 per hour in Quebec effective May 1, 2014.

The minimum wage for...

New standards affecting the importation or inter-provincial shipment of bulbs used in general service applications have now come into effect. The standards affect 75- and 100-watt bulbs...

On December 12, 2013, the new Nova Scotia Liberal government fulfilled a campaign promise by passing legislation to create a statutory holiday on the third Monday in February.  To ensure that...

Liberal Senator Pierrette Ringuette has reintroduced a Senate Public Bill, now numbered S-202, to amend the Payment Card Networks Act. Specifically, Bill S-202, if passed, would cap credit card...

This note may be of interest to those RCC members who have bought LCD panel TVs, computers and monitors for resale, as such members may be entitled to proceeds from the settlement of $37 million...

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