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What does Budget 2016 mean for Island small business?

PEI's 2016-17 budget contains a mix of good and not-so-good news on small business priorities.
 

PEI introduces new red tape legislation

Legislation has now been tabled to follow through with Government's commitment last year that it would be introducing common legislation with Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to measure and report our regulatory burden.
 

PEI heads into summer months with strong small business optimism

Heading into the summer months, PEI small businesses showed strong optimism in our Business Barometer.
 

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.
 

Minimum wage taking two jumps in 2016 for PEI

Minimum wage in PEI will increase to $10.75 on June 1, 2016 and to $11 on October 1, 2016.
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