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OCSA Appeals Bag Ban

“Some people feel it is a good environmental initiative, but we do have a bag manufacturer in the city that makes plastic bags that will be impacted,” says one council member. The Ontario Convenience Stores Association (OCSA) is appealing to the city council to overturn a plastic bag ban—set to go into effect on Jan

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Ontario C-Stores Push For Sale Of Alcohol In Stores

More than 100,000 people have signed a petition to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages in Ontario convenience stores. The Ontario Convenience Stores Association is pushing a new petition to get permission to sell beer and wine in Ontario c-stores. According to The Globe and Mail report, the petition currently has 112,500 signatures from across

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Ontario Fights Contraband Cigarettes

“Cigarette butt studies conducted in London, Ontario show the consumption of contraband cigarettes at 20% and at local high schools, as many as 35% of cigarettes smoked by youth were illegal,” says CEO of OCSA. The Ontario Convenience Stores Association (OCSA) is pleased to recognize the work and support of all members of the London

Ontario Fights 8% Tobacco Tax

Ontario Convenience Stores Association (OCSA) is warning that if the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) is introduced as planned on tobacco products, tobacco prices would grow by 8%, redirecting millions of dollars in taxes to organized crime groups. As it stands now, sales of tobacco products are not subject to Ontario, Canada’s 8% Provincial Sales Tax

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