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5 Minutes for Business: Fast and Furious—Negotiating NAFTA

Now that the Trump administration has notified Congress that it plans to renegotiate NAFTA, in this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, Hendrik Brakel, our Senior Director, Economic, Financial and Tax Policy, considers what will happen over the 90-day consultation period and whether it’s possible to renegotiate NAFTA within the...

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By the Hon. Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Hon. Christian Paradis, Senior Vice President, Strategic Development, Protective Services at Garda World

When we visit the dentist’s office, the individuals working there are not all dentists. The reasons for this are obvious to us: we want to free up the...

Read more: Time for a Fresh Look at the Canadian Police Services Model

Ottawa, May 18, 2017 –“We’ve been waiting for this and we’re ready. NAFTA has been a positive agreement for all three countries involved but it is over 22 years old. A number of improvements can be made, and we look forward to working with the Canadian government to get a better, modern deal for Canadian businesses,”...

Read more: Bring It On: Canadian Chamber Welcomes Opportunity to Improve NAFTA for Canadian Businesses

Bring It On: We Welcome Opportunity to Improve NAFTA for Canadian Businesses

Today, the U.S. administration triggered the renegotiation of the North American free trade agreement. We’ve been waiting for this and we’re ready. NAFTA has been a positive agreement for all three countries involved but it is over 22 years old. A number of improvements can be made, and we look forward to working with the Canadian...

Read more: Bring It On: We Welcome Opportunity to Improve NAFTA for Canadian Businesses

OECD Chief Economist leads BIAC Canada roundtable

From left, Guy Legault, HE Michelle d'Auray, Canada's Ambassador to the OECD, Catherine Mann, Milos Barutciski, BIAC Canada co chair.

In a presentation to BIAC Canada subscribers in Ottawa and Toronto business, Catherine L. Mann, Chief Economist, OECD said that global growth is set to pick up modestly but remains too slow to meet expectations and...

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Today we released Coming Together, Making Progress: Business’s Role in Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples, which calls for more collaboration between business, the Crown and Indigenous people to make real progress in the reconciliation process. This progress is crucial for Canada to move forward as a unified, stronger and ultimately more...

Read more: Business has a crucial role to play in the reconciliation process

Ottawa, May 11, 2017 – Business, government and Indigenous peoples need closer collaboration for real progress to be made in the reconciliation process, says a new report released today by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. This progress is crucial for Canada to move forward as a unified, stronger and, ultimately, more competitive...

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Meet the Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce

The Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce provides a wide variety of functions. We advocate to all levels of government, encourage Chamber members and businesses to use local resources first, and provide cost saving solutions to our members. We are proud to represent and promote more than 250...

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5 Minutes for Business: Exiting Europe and Terminating NAFTA – Have our Trading Partners Lost it??

In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, Hendrik Brakel, our Senior Director, Economic, Financial and Tax Policy, addresses the pending French elections set to take place Sunday, May 7th. The people of France will vote in the second round of the Presidential election, which bears a striking resemblance to the U.S. elections...

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