Feds try enticing immigrants to rural, northern communities with new program
International trade: New sandbox rules
In an effort to boost economic growth in rural and northern Canada, the federal government has launched a pilot program to attract immigrants to small, remote communities.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on Thursday announced the start of the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP), giving interested communities until March 1 to submit applications.
Chamber of Commerce seeing concerns over 'changing nature of Canada's economy
With the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) signed and awaiting ratification, the rules around international trade are shifting for Canada. Before the Bell engaged with stakeholders and experts to discuss how Canadians can capitalize on the USCMA, what it means for our industries, and what global opportunities remain for the government’s progressive internationalism agenda.
It's not just taxes — here is what's really killing Canada's competitiveness
BNN Bloomberg interview featuring Trevin Stratton: VIDEO
It’s time for Ottawa to look at implementing a 21st-century tax system
First in a three-part series on how Canada’s heavy regulatory burden is choking competitiveness.
Ask Jean-Francois Boursier about running a business under Canadian regulations and he will likely tell you a tale of two paint shops.
ADF Group Inc., where Boursier is chief financial officer, needed to build identical painting facilities on either side of the border: one at its steel fabricating plant in Terrebonne, Que., and the other in Great Falls, Mont.
Canada's competitiveness doesn't hinge on tax reform alone: Economist
The last time Canada undertook a comprehensive review of its tax system, humankind still hadn’t set foot on the moon. In the five decades since, repeated cutting-and-pasting has left Canadian taxation cumbersome and inefficient.
CTV NEWS interview featuring Trevin Stratton: VIDEO