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CFIB wants Nova Scotia Government to Halt the Implementation of a New Recycling Tax

CFIB is urging Nova Scotia provincial government to stop a new recycling proposal that would mean steep fee hikes and massive red tape for small business.
 

Small Business to benefit from structural changes in NS Budget 2015-16

Finance Minister Diana Whalen delivered a budget which set a path for economic growth in Nova Scotia but there is still a lot of work to do getting public spending under control.
 

Atlantic Canada's Fraud Squad

Fraud and scams are on the rise and more and more often small businesses have become the target.
 

Expressing Priorities through Action

Each year the CFIB presents our members views and priorities to government in our pre-budget submission. This year’s submission called Expressing Priorities Through Action, gives the government seventeen recommendations that we have taken from our members in the pre-budget survey.
 

A “New East Partnership”: Breaking down interprovincial trade barriers in Atlantic Canada

International free trade agreements have been making headlines, but for small businesses, the most pervasive trade barriers are the ones between provinces. CFIB’s latest report, A “New East Partnership”: Breaking down interprovincial trade barriers in Atlantic Canada, details many of the issues commonly encountered when trying to do business in other provinces.
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