Addressing fundamental small biz priorities in the 2017-18 NS budget

CFIB has been working hard to ensure small business priorities are being heard as the province prepares for the Spring budget.

2016 ends with a 5 point dip in business confidence from 2015

Nova Scotia’s small business optimism led the country at the beginning of 2016 with an index level of 69. However, within the first six months of the year, optimism steadily declined, shaving about 10 points off the index. Mid-year, optimism started regaining strength but by the end of 2016 only some of the momentum was regained, ending the year with an index level of 64.9.

Nova Scotia Municipal Update

Municipal governments in Nova Scotia need to pay attention to small business needs.

It’s time for small business tax relief!

Nova Scotia is one of the most highly taxed jurisdictions in Canada and it’s time government took action. CFIB is lobbying for change – and we need your help!

Is the fight for $15/hour minimum wage really fair?

The NDP, with the support of organized labour, is demanding Nova Scotia implement a $15 minimum wage over the next three years.
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