BC Municipal workers get richer as cities cry poor

Government workers at British Columbia municipalities enjoy an average 16.7% compensation top-up over their private sector counterparts.

The time is now to remove trade barriers within Canada

As trade ministers meet in Toronto to update Canada’s Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), CFIB is urging them to push hard to finalize a new deal that removes provincial barriers to free trade.

Dealing with the CRA just got easier for small business - Get the details here‎!

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) announced a renewed focus on making life easier for small businesses through its Red Tape Reduction Action Plan, implementing a variety of measures that have long been advocated by CFIB and its members: improved service levels, enhanced accountability and, most importantly, an end to hassles and headaches for small businesses.

BC Small Business Say No to TransLink Tax

Elections BC has announced that the plebiscite proposal by the Mayor’s Council to add a half point to the PST in the Metro Vancouver region to fund additional transportation spending by TransLink has been defeated.

BC’s minimum wage to increase to $10.45 as of September 15, 2015

Effective Sept. 15, 2015, the general minimum hourly wage will increase from $10.25 to $10.45 and the liquor server wage from $9.00 to $9.20 per hour.
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