Time to reform municipal sick day policies

Banked sick day liabilities are costing the City of Saskatoon $14.7 million and the City of Regina $10.8 million. Instead of hiking property taxes, we are pushing the Cities to replace these outdated policies with fairer short-term disability plans.

Sask small biz optimism improves slightly in April

According to the latest monthly Business Barometer®, optimism among small business owners in Saskatchewan improved slightly in April to 48.8, up 1.8 points from 47.0 in March, but still below the national average index of 59.2.

The results are in: Saskatchewan Party Majority

The CFIB congratulates Brad Wall and the Saskatchewan Party on their election win, and offers its sincere appreciation to candidates from all parties who put their names forward.

Tell mayors to stop hiking property taxes

We fear many Saskatchewan municipalities may hike property taxes again in 2017. Sign our action alert and help CFIB tell municipal leaders to spend wisely and avoid a tax hike!

Help us stop the Sask WCB cash grab

A CFIB survey found 72 per cent of entrepreneurs support changes to allow directors of corporations to voluntarily purchase WCB coverage. Sign our action alert to fight for change!
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