On March 19, the Government of Canada presented its 2019 Federal Budget entitled Investing in the Middle Class…
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The Canadian Chamber of Commerce’ annual Crystal Ball Report lays out what the CCC learned over the course of last year about the environment businesses expect to be operating in throughout 2019 and the implications that has for policy-makers and business leaders. Read it here!
The Canadian Chamber and Thunder Bay Chamber have released the 10 Ways to Build a Canada that Wins report, which provides businesses, decision-makers and government with a series of clear priorities and objectives that, if addressed, will give Canada a competitive edge, improve productivity and grow our economy.
In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, Jayson Myers, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’ Senior Vice President of Policy, examines the role profit plays in driving growth and assuring economic prosperity for Canadians.
In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, Hendrik Brakel, the Canadian Chamber’s Senior Director of Economic, Financial and Tax Policy, shares the reasons behind Canada’s booming economy, whether the growth will continue and what we should be doing to drive up our country’s competitiveness.
Special thanks to Chamber Member Grant Thornton for supplying this brief on the October 16 revisions to the proposed changes to corporate taxes at the Federal level. For more information on this issue, visit the issue page.
PRESS RELEASE: Chambers Welcome Revised Tax Reforms And Lower Small Business Tax Rate But Remain Concerned
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce welcome the government’s plans to revise its proposed tax reforms and to reduce the small business tax rate as a result of the comments and concerns expressed through the national #ProtectGrowth campaign and in consultations
For immediate release, Monday, September 25: Representatives of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce have been in Fredericton, New Brunswick, since Friday to attend the Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. The event opened on Saturday morning with an address and Q&A session with the Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, regarding proposed tax changes…