Minimum wage: small business has been heard

In recent months, there has been a lot of public debate about a minimum wage increase. Some groups say that hiking the minimum wage to $15 an hour would support low-income workers, but they’re not considering the impact it’s going to have on your ability to grow your business and the economy as a whole. We do. That’s why we are firmly against it and are proposing other alternatives to help low-income workers.

Red Tape Action Plan—A Victory for Small Businesses in Quebec!

The Quebec government has just released an action plan to reduce red tape, with several specific measures that will make your life easier!

Keeping a watchful eye on negotiations with pharmacists

Not only are pharmacists an important link in our health system, they are also entrepreneurs who create jobs and invest in their communities. We take great interest in monitoring issues that concern the practice of professional pharmacy.

Energy bills: CFIB is protecting your interests

Energy costs weigh heavily on your business. That's why CFIB is very active on this file. We are the only employers' association to defend the interests of SMEs before the Régie de l’énergie. Minimizing annual rate increases, easing rules concerning deposits, energy efficiency programs tailored to SMEs, elimination of cross¬-subsidization: these are just some of the files that we defend for you.
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