Dave Bryans was demonstrating new iPad technology that captures convenience store customer’s opinions on the issues caused by contraband tobacco being sold in communities. As a pilot, the OCSA has selected 60 stores to use these iPads to capture attitudes real-time and will use this information to better inform government and other stakeholders’ of Ontarian’s attitudes towards contraband in our communities.

Pictured here is Dave Bryans with two iPad stands running the technology. For more information, please contact the OCSA office at 905-845-9152.