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The Cornerstones of the Next 150 Years of Canadian Business Success


Recent world events underscore that the regional and global economic order will be tested in 2017 and beyond. We welcome recent Cabinet changes and look forward to working with government to ensure Canada successfully navigates the challenges ahead for the benefit of our economy and all Canadians. In that spirit, our Board of Directors wrote to the Prime Minister to offer its perspectives on the four critical public policy issues it believes form the cornerstones of the next 150 years of Canadian business success.



Prime Minister Trudeau outlines next steps in moving forward with reconciliation with Indigenous peoples

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is pleased that the federal government and representatives of Canada’s Indigenous peoples have agreed on a path forward on reconciliation as outlined in the Prime Minister’s statement today. Our members believe Canada’s businesses have a role to play in reconciliation and have been asking for clarity from the federal government on its expectations of them.

Posted on 15-12-2016

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