OTTAWA, May 26 /CNW/ - The National Coalition Against Contraband Tobacco (NCACT) will issue its first report card on the progress the Harper government has made on battling the spread of contraband tobacco and the organized crime groups behind its distribution.
NCACT members including the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, the Customs and Immigration Union and the Federation des chambres de commerce du Quebec will present the report, which rates the Harper government in six important areas including: youth protection, penalties and sentencing, public education, fiscal responsibility, border security and resources for law enforcement.
For more information about the NCACT, its members and mandate, please visit www.stopcontrabandtobacco.ca.
Date: Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Location: Charles-Lynch Press Conference Room
Room 130 S, Centre Block, Parliament Building,
Spokespeople: Gary Grant, National Coalition Against Contraband Tobacco
Kevin Gaudet, Canadian Taxpayers Federation
Caroline St-Jacques, Federation des chambres de commerce du
Ron Moran, Customs and Immigration Union
SOURCE National Coalition Against Contraband Tobacco (NCACT)
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