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CFIB Golden Scissors Honourable Mention awarded in Nova Scotia

One-of-a-kind personal service is saving small biz time and money


Halifax, January 26, 2018 – The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is announcing Nova Scotia’s Business Navigation Service is receiving an Honourable Mention as part of the 2018 Red Tape Awareness Week™ Golden Scissors Awards. This award recognizes the impact the new service is having on reducing red tape and saving time Nova Scotia businesses spend on regulatory compliance.

“Business owners and startups put in countless hours trying to hunt down information and get clarification on rules and regulations affecting their business,” said Jordi Morgan, Vice-President Atlantic for CFIB. “Nova Scotia’s new Business Navigation Service provides an innovative, personal
solution that makes a real difference by saving businesses time and money.”

About Red Tape Awareness Week™
Now in its ninth year, Red Tape Awareness Week™ (January 22–26) highlights the cost and impact of excessive regulations. The annual campaign continues to influence governments across the country to launch red tape reduction initiatives.

For more information about CFIB’s Golden Scissors Award or to view the full list of finalists and Honourable Mentions, please visit, visit and follow #redtape.

For media enquiries or interviews, please contact:
Ryan Richard, CFIB
[email protected]

About CFIB
CFIB is Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses with 109,000 members across every sector and region. Learn more at

January 26, 2018

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