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Manitoba small biz optimism at lowest level since 2010

Winnipeg, March 26, 2015 – Today, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released its latest Business Barometer® Index, which shows small business optimism in Manitoba saw no change in March with an index of 54.6 from an index of 54.5 in February, and remains well below the national average index of 61.5.

Mixed results for entrepreneurs in 2015 Winnipeg budget

Learn about CFIB's reaction to the budget and next steps needed to make Winnipeg a competitive place to do business.

Pushing your priorities for the 2015 Manitoba budget

In advance of Manitoba's 2015 provincial budget, we have been working hard to ensure your priorities for the upcoming budget are being heard.
 

Manitoba considering 40% hike to pension payroll taxes

Manitoba payroll taxes could increase by up to $1,643 per employee to fund a new provincial pension plan. CFIB needs you to join the fight.

Manitoba's 24 largest municipalities overspent $412 million

CFIB’s inaugural Manitoba Municipal Spending Watch report shows Manitoba’s 24 largest municipalities unnecessarily spent $412 million in 5 years.
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