CFIB gives Nova Scotia's 2016 budget a “B-” for balanced but burdensome

According to CFIB, small business owners across Nova Scotia will be pleased to see the provincial budget brought into balance however Nova Scotians will continue to live under some of the highest tax burdens in the country.

NS Department of Fisheries mishandles lobster handling course.

A recently announced lobster handling course is a regulatory nightmare for industry

Nova Scotia continues to lead Canada in small business confidence

March 31, 2016 – Nova Scotia’s Business Barometer index has seen a third consecutive decrease since December 2015, reaching 65.8 in March. Despite the decrease, Nova Scotia businesses remain the most optimistic in the country.

Tips to help you stop scammers

Arm your business in the fight against fraud. Avoid common scams with our practical tips, webinars, and videos.

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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