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Ontario SME owners on edge over potential R&D tax credit changes

If research, development and innovation are the lifeblood of Ontario’s economy—not to mention well-used talking points amongst the province’s business-courting political class—then it’s no surprise that a new review of popular tax credits is giving many small and medium-sized business owners cause for concern. The recent Ontario budget, the first tabled by the newly-elected Progressive

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If research, development and innovation are the lifeblood of Ontario’s economy—not to mention well-used talking points amongst the province’s business-courting political class—then it’s no surprise that a new review of popular tax credits is giving many small and medium-sized business owners cause for concern. The recent Ontario budget, the first tabled by the newly-elected Progressive

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Federal Budget 2019 does little to address entrepreneurs’ anxieties

If there was any doubt that this is an election year, Federal Budget 2019 offered undeniable proof that we’re about to head to the polls. Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled a budget yesterday that introduced approximately $23 billion in new spending, with no plan to balance the budget in the foreseeable future. That latter fact

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If there was any doubt that this is an election year, Federal Budget 2019 offered undeniable proof that we’re about to head to the polls. Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled a budget yesterday that introduced approximately $23 billion in new spending, with no plan to balance the budget in the foreseeable future. That latter fact

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Looming GM plant closure reminds SMEs of the need to adapt to changing customer demand and technology

When General Motors announced plans to shutter its Oshawa assembly plant after more than a century of production, headlines bemoaned the end of an era, not to mention the further decline of the once-impressive Canadian automotive industry. Commentators debated whether the move—which GM said was part of its wider global restructuring plans, and not reflective

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When General Motors announced plans to shutter its Oshawa assembly plant after more than a century of production, headlines bemoaned the end of an era, not to mention the further decline of the once-impressive Canadian automotive industry. Commentators debated whether the move—which GM said was part of its wider global restructuring plans, and not reflective

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