The provincial government wants to hike the PST by 1 per cent starting July 1, 2013 and bypass the legal requirement to hold a public referendum first. Read here how you can add your voice to the growing opposition to this tax hike and assault on democracy.
The provincial government recently passed legislation which makes some changes to the way motor vehicle work and repairs are done, particularly around providing estimates. Find out if this will impact you and what we are doing to ensure your views are heard.
With chronic deficits, mounting debt and a one per cent increase to the PST which will cost Manitobans $277 million/year, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) says the 2013/14 provincial budget delivers a body blow to Manitoba’s economy.
CFIB has released a new report showing the growing and significant disparity between what commercial and residential property owners pay in education taxes. Find out why this is happening and what CFIB recommends to fix the unfairness.
CFIB's report Looking for Hire Ground analyzes the severity and impact of labour shortages on SMEs, how business owners are coping, and how governments can help.