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CFIB is a non-partisan organization that represents its small business members and helps to bring their concerns to the forefront of political discussion. CFIB regularly surveys its membership to gain their perspective on important policy decisions. Similarly, CFIB actively surveys federal, provincial and municipal leaders for their positions on issues that are important to the success of the small business sector.

Alberta – Elections

 

CFIB congratulates Alberta’s new NDP government

May 21, 2015
On behalf of Alberta's independent businesses, congratulations to Premier Notley and the newly elected MLAs for their historic election win. Small businesses look forward to learning about this government's vision for entrepreneurship in the province.
 

Alberta votes: Election 2015

April 8, 2015
Alberta goes to the polls May 5th 2015 and entrepreneurs want their elected representatives to have a better understanding of the challenges of running an independent business.
 

CFIB congratulates Alberta’s new premier, Jim Prentice

September 10, 2014
During the leadership race, Mr. Prentice had the opportunity to answer our eight question survey to share his vision to support entrepreneurship and small business in Alberta. Read about his commitments.
 

PC leadership candidates share small business pledges

September 4, 2014
CFIB secured commitments from the three candidates for Premier: Thomas Lukaszuk, Ric McIver, and Jim Prentice. The candidates had the opportunity to answer our eight question survey to share their vision to support entrepreneurship and small business in Alberta.
 

Focus on small biz priorities needed in race for AB premier

August 27, 2014
Only a tiny fraction of small business owners say their priorities are being adequately addressed by candidates in the race to become the new provincial Progressive Conservative leader and Alberta's next premier.
 

Municipal election alert

October 15, 2013
Municipal Election Day in Alberta was October 21st. CFIB looks forward to working with the incoming mayors and councils to make small business issues a priority.
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