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June 28, 2019

Task Force chair and open letter highlighted in feature Globe article

Task Force chair and open letter highlighted in feature Globe article

The Globe and Mail’s feature article on the state of the economy in its Canada Day edition included an interview with Task Force co-chair Nicole Verkindt, Founder and CEO of OMX, and highlighted the key messages of our open letter published earlier in June: “Earlier this month, the Business Council of Canada addressed an open letter to federal party leaders, signed by the CEOs of more than two dozen of the country’s largest companies. In it, they urged ...

Date:
June 20, 2019

Goldy Hyder interviewed for Politico’s Global Translations podcast

Goldy Hyder interviewed for Politico’s Global Translations podcast

Companies and countries are building up defences to guard against trade-war fallout, experts said in the latest episode of POLITICO’s Global Translations podcast featuring an interview with our CEO Goldy Hyder. Listen here

Brian Kingston joins Catherine Murray on BNN Bloomberg

Brian Kingston, Vice President of International and Fiscal policy, joins Catherine Murray on BNN Bloomberg to offer a business community view of meetings between Prime Minister Trudeau, President Trump, and Speaker Pelosi. Watch the video here.

Date:
June 19, 2019

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Brian Kingston featured in David Israelson’s Globe article on Brexit

Brian Kingston featured in David Israelson’s Globe article on Brexit

In this feature article in The Globe and Mail on the impact of Brexit on Canadian businesses, Brian Kingston shares his perspective with journalist David Israelson on what we can expect in both the coming months and into the future. Read here.

Date:
June 18, 2019

Statement on TMX Cabinet approval

Statement on TMX Cabinet approval

The Business Council of Canada welcomes today’s decision by the federal government to approve the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline, a critical piece of Canada’s energy infrastructure. The Trans Mountain project will help to ensure that Canadians receive full and fair value for our resources in international markets. It will create many thousands of well-paid jobs and, when completed, will generate a steady stream of tax revenue for all three levels of government, supporting vital public services ...

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