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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.
British Columbia – Elections

CFIB welcomes new provincial government, calls for focus on small business

July 19, 2017
Earlier this month, the BC NDP swore in its cabinet and established their ministerial priorities. It was unfortunate to no longer see a small business minister in cabinet; however, will be looking directly to the Premier and ministers in key economic roles to become the champions of small business across all departments.

Entrepreneurs worried about impact of BC election results

June 21, 2017 – VANCOUVER, June 21, 2017 – With the BC Throne Speech set for tomorrow, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has released new survey results. The results show a strong majority of BC’s entrepreneurs are concerned the election outcome will hurt their business, and are skeptical the parties will work together to support BC’s small businesses.

Political uncertainty worrying small business owners

June 16, 2017
Uncertainty has grown for small businesses following the May 2017 provincial election. None of the parties were able to form a majority government, creating an unclear political and economic climate moving forward.

Ensuring your voice is heard in the upcoming Election

April 18, 2017
With election campaign in full swing, CFIB releases small business platform.

Small business welcomes new provincial cabinet

March 17, 2017
On behalf of 10,000 independent businesses in BC, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB)congratulates Premier John Horgan and his newly sworn in cabinet, and calls on the new government ensure any new policies are looked at through the lens of a small business owner.

Forty Per Cent Of BC Small Business Owners Are Undecided Voters In Upcoming Election

March 16, 2017
CFIB releases Party Leaders’ survey asking them to support your business
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