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Canadian Chamber of Commerce

"They're happy to do this. We applaud the Canadian government's direction on this."
The BoC predicts NAFTA uncertainty and the tax reforms will encourage firms to divert more of their planned investments from Canada to the U.S.
I think I'm reasonably well versed in issues surrounding the Energy East Pipeline, both economic and environmental. But I am struck by how, in any official TransCanada communications about environmental implications of the project, climate change is never mentioned.
But economists disagree.
By making it easier to navigate the tax rules and meet their obligations, Canadians will spend less time and less of their money on preparing their taxes, leaving more in their pockets. For Canadian businesses, productivity could improve as they spend less time, effort and capital dealing with tax compliance and red tape.
Trudeau urged governments, community, business and labour leaders "to focus on the meaningful long-term solutions, to empowering individuals and creating prosperity.''
The federal government is preparing to launch a new immigration system that gives skilled workers "express entry" into Canada
Canada’s job market “sputtered” in 2013, says a new report that finds a majority of the net job creation last year involved
With the next federal election a little more than two years away, it is time we started asking the Liberals and New Democrats what kind of government they would deliver if either one could bounce the Conservatives from power. So, it's time to begin pressuring both Justin Trudeau and Tom Mulcair to articulate exactly what they would do, and the challenge is huge. We need to know which party will be prepared to do the most to oppose the business-controlled agenda.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is now trying to make up for lost time when it comes to Canada's ties with China, and there