I’m not sure how they do it each year? How do the folks at the Canadian Federation of Independent Business pick the dumbest, most ridiculous examples for their annual Paperweight Awards for stupid government regulation?
I mean, competition is tough.
Last year, the CFIB cited Quebec regulations which prohibited an existing beer from a craft brewer from including the word cannabis on their label while Quebec’s liquor regulations required them to include it.
The year before, there was the business owner told they had to buy a new ladder because their existing ladder’s certification stickers were worn out and tough to read.