PEI budget shows post-election spending restraint

All eyes were on the 2015-16 provincial budget to see what impact election promises would have on the bottom line.

Tackling red tape priorities through Project ART

Over the next few months, CFIB will be working with the Minister of Economic Development and Tourism to identify priority areas where government can cut red tape for businesses.

Speech from the Throne sketches government’s priorities

The new provincial government tabled its Speech from the Throne on June 3rd, giving Islanders a high-level overview of the direction it will take for the next four years.

Atlantic Canada's Fraud Squad

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

PEI small business confidence ranks number two in the country

Despite falling back from perspectives earlier in the year, business optimism in Prince Edward Island remains reasonably positive. Its Barometer index is 66.7, second highest in the country. Short-term employment plans rose to its best level in a year, with 22 per cent expecting to add full-time staff. Thirty-nine per cent of owners say their businesses are in good shape, which is above the average noted in the past two years or so.
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