Yukon employers welcome $10 million workers' compensation rebate

CFIB officially welcomes confirmation from the Yukon Workers' Compensation Health and Safety Board (YWCHSB) that there will be a $10 million surplus distribution to Yukon employers.

Small business priorities presented to Minister Dixon

Small business asks for Yukon Budget 2015 were presented to Minister Dixon. Small business appreciate the recent one per cent cut to the small business tax rate.

The time is now to remove trade barriers within Canada

As trade ministers meet in Toronto to update Canada’s Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), CFIB is urging them to push hard to finalize a new deal that removes provincial barriers to free trade.

Municipal issues discussed in Whitehorse

The Mayor of Whitehorse, Dan Curtis, sat down with CFIB for our annual meeting. CFIB brought up, property taxes, municipal spending, and ideas for red tape reform.

All TFWs should be allowed to stay in Canada

CFIB is calling on the federal government to offer flexibility to thousands of Temporary Foreign Workers facing an early departure from Canada as of April 1, 2015, even though their permanent residency applications have yet to be fully processed.
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