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Business groups voice concerns over proposed Competition Act changes

The Business Council of Canada’s joint letter with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, Canadian Marketing Association and Retail Council of Canada voicing concerns about the government’s changes to the Competition […]

Emissions cap on oil and gas could curtail the economy 

Michael Gullo warns that the proposed emissions cap on the oil and gas sector could be detrimental to Canada’s economy and competitiveness. His letter to Mr. John Moffet, Assistant Deputy Minister of the Environmental Protection Branch, was featured by multiple […]

Implications of a pause on new U.S. LNG export facilities

Heather Exner-Pirot underscores the connectedness of the North American energy supply chain. She shares her perspective in an article by the Canadian Press about the Canadian implications of the United States’ decision to pause approvals for liquified natural gas export […]

Keeping governments accountable on cybersecurity

Trevor Neiman expresses concern about the level of privacy, transparency, and protection Bill C-26 will have for businesses. He shares his perspective in an article by The Logic about the future of the government’s cybersecurity bill.  “I think the business […]

There needs to be stronger economic growth

Discussing his latest report “Analyzing the Federal Government’s Fiscal Anchors,” Robert Asselin asserts that the government’s inability to meet its previous three fiscal targets raises questions about the credibility of its new fiscal anchor. His perspective was widely covered by […]

We need to act with urgency

In a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau ahead of the cabinet retreat in Montreal, Goldy Hyder urged the federal government to act with urgency and implement policies that matter to Canadians – fiscal responsibility and the energy transition. His letter […]

Emissions cap weakens Canada’s climate policy system 

Michael Gullo joins Rob Snow on his national radio to discuss the impact of the federal government’s oil and gas cap on Canadians and the economy.  “Treating oil and gas sectors emissions as if they’re different than emissions produced by […]

Regulatory burdens increase costs

Heather Exner-Pirot raises concerns over the unnecessary regulatory burdens and higher costs facing Canada’s energy sector. She shares her perspective in a Canadian Press article about the government’s announcement of an oil and gas emissions cap framework.  “It may cost, […]

Canada cannot afford a trade war 

Goldy Hyder urges the federal government to rethink applying the Digital Services Tax (DST) as it would harm Canada’s economic relationship with the United States. His comments were featured in several articles about Canada’s plans to move forward with the DST […]

Growing business interests in Ukraine 

In an interview with Ukrinform during the Rebuild Ukraine Summit, Goldy Hyder discusses growing Canadian business interests and optimism in Ukraine.