New Brunswick considering implementation of new recycling tax

CFIB met with officials to discuss the potential implementation of an additional recycling tax

When social media isn’t so social: what to do when an employee talks foul

Social media can be a boon to a business – it’s a cheap and easy marketing tool. But what happens when negative comments start to appear – and they’re from an employee?

In their own words: New Brunswick business owners’ comments on CPP expansion

The federal and provincial governments are considering expanding Canada Pension Plan (CPP) benefits to help Canadians save for their retirement. While many may agree this is a good idea, few can justify why this deal must be signed by July 15.

Workplace safety at your fingertips

WorkSafeNB launched a new smart phone app to help New Brunswickers better access workplace health and safety information.

Soaring Power Rates Limit Small Business Growth

Members in Atlantic Canada tell us that energy costs, followed closely by tax and regulatory cost, are of top concern. As a result, we would like to present our research report that focuses on small business perspectives on power utilities and the cost of electricity in Atlantic Canada.
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