Sask small biz optimism slides in November

According to the latest monthly Business Barometer® index, optimism among small business owners in Saskatchewan is down 4.7 points to 63.4 in November from 68.1 in October, and now below the national index of 65.9.

Ranking best & worst property tax gaps in Saskatchewan

CFIB's annual comparison of property taxes between Saskatchewan municipalities revealed mixed results for 2013. On average, commercial property owners paid 2.31 times the municipal property taxes of residential property owners.

Small biz urges Sask government to scrap costly, confusing new recycling tax

Regina, October 16, 2014 – The CFIB released new survey results today showing the majority of Saskatchewan small business owners already recycle (76%) and they have serious concerns with the government’s plan to create a new arms-length bureaucracy to administer recycling rules.

Report debunks Canadians’ misconceptions about agriculture

Farming in Canada isn’t what many Canadians think it is. CFIB’s report, Realities of Agriculture in Canada – A sector of innovation and growth, debunks Canadians’ misconceptions about agriculture.

How much will Sask’s new recycling regulations cost you?

Businesses that sell packaged goods or supply printed paper to Sask residents will be required to pay a fee to a company called Multi-Material Stewardship Western (MMSW) to cover the costs of recycling these materials. We don’t know the potential cost to you – so would you sign a blank cheque to MMSW?
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