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“The recent proposals for private corporations by the government will increase the amount of taxes small and medium-sized businesses will have to pay, diverting money away from future investments and job creation,” says Peter van Dijk, national tax policy leader for Pw C.
Housing market trends continue to diverge considerably among regions along four general themes: British Columbia; the Greater Golden Horseshoe; oil and natural resource dependent provinces; and everywhere else, says the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) in its updated forecast for home sales activity.
Writing on his blog, ‘Insights,’ he says if Canada is to succeed, grow, and compete globally, “we need a strong, healthy environment for entrepreneurs to thrive.
These are the risk-takers that should be rewarded for their efforts.” Jenkins says he has seen many other examples recently of the collective will of Canadian business leaders in areas such as sustainability, international trade, and business practice and he encourages readers to get involved if they believe the government of Canada is handicapping small business of the opportunity to succeed.
“We have long been a nation that underestimates our abilities.
Perhaps it’s time that we stepped up and showed the world just how great Canadian entrepreneurs are.
After completing renovations in Alma, Beloeil, Chambly, and Chicoutimi, the investment in Sainte Catherine will allow BMR Matco to provide a renewed shopping experience to better respond to the needs of its customers.
The renovation includes the complete overhaul of the store’s interior, a contractors’ entrance, and a new space for seasonal products.
That's far from enough time for businesses to adapt," says Dan Kelly, president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
The coalition remains concerned that the new rules will cause business owners to have to cut through burdensome interpretative red tape in their efforts to prove that they or family members belong in one of the categories that would exempt them from the new sprinkling rules.
The coalition continues to urge government to create a blanket exemption for spouses.
As a result, average prices have flattened in Alberta and eased in Saskatchewan as well as in Newfoundland and Labrador, consistent with their elevated number of months of inventory.
In Manitoba, Eastern Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island, sales activity has been steadily improving.