Atlantic Canada’s population problem will mean big demands on taxpayers

Governments in the Atlantic region are unprepared for the challenges brought on by an aging population.

Workers’ compensation premiums increase in 2018

WorkSafeNB has announced a 15 per cent increase in the average workers’ compensation premiums for 2018. The average premium will be $1.70 per $100 of assessed payroll, but many of you will pay a higher rate.

NAFTA negotiations are ongoing. Here’s what it means for you.

Talks are tense as we are approach the fourth round of negotiations to decide the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Find out what the talks could mean for small businesses.

Making it easier to operate and do business across Atlantic

The Council of Atlantic Premiers made new commitments to improve regional regulatory efficiency.

NB small businesses still burdened by taxes after budget

CFIB details what you should know about the 2017-2018 New Brunswick provincial budget. Although no new taxes were introduced, there was no action to reduce the total tax burden on small businesses despite CFIB’s pre-budget recommendations.
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