CFIB gives Alberta a “D” for small business regulations
Jan 18, 2012 at 7:41 am in Business, News by TheNewsGirl
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has released it’s red tape report cards this week.
Alberta’s score rose from an “F” to a “D” this year.
Richard Truscott with the CFIB says that Premier Alison Redford deserves most of the credit for the improvement, saying that it’s because she’s identified the regulatory issues as a concern for her government.
Truscott says small business owners will make red tape a major election issue.