Too little notice for the 2017 minimum wage increase

Providing Island employers with only 37 days notice of a minimum wage hike is proof that PEI needs to change how it sets minimum wage.

Taxes, Red tape top priority for Budget 2017

With PEI set to balance it's budget this year, small businesses say now is the time for tax and red tape relief.

Environmental policies and consultations moving forward

The PEI government has released it's new Energy Strategy and has also launched public consultations on it's new Water Act.

Making it easier to operate and do business across Atlantic

The Council of Atlantic Premiers made new commitments to improve regional regulatory efficiency.

Keeping the pulse of agri-business in Canada

Thanks to your survey results, every month we can report to the media, politicians, civil servants and Canadians about the state of agri-business in Canada. It’s called the Agriculture Business Barometer®. It’s timely, helpful and entirely unique to CFIB.
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