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U.S. Congress introduced COOL labelling requirements for fresh beef, pork and lamb in 2002. COOL was introduced as a consumer information program, but it immediately had the effect of promoting U....

On May 5th, Albertans elected a new provincial government. NDP Leader Rachel Notley will lead the first NDP government in Alberta’s history. The Wildrose Party will form the Official Opposition...

In Newfoundland & Labrador, the economy continues to flounder due to the ongoing price challenges in the oil and gas industry. With a Fall election looming, the government delivered a...

RCC Budget Perspective:

Manitoba’s new Finance Minister Greg Dewar presented a budget with few surprises and maintained the Selinger government’s direction of increasing spending...

N.B. Given the sheer volume of budget coverage in a 24/7 news environment, RCC has decided to stop issuing same-day budget analyses and will instead take the time to carefully review the...

Metro Vancouver is holding a plebiscite to approve funding for new transportation infrastructure.  Voting opened March 16 and closes on May 29, 2015 on the following question: “Do you support a...

Nova Scotia Finance Minister Diana Whalen tabled a 2015-16 Nova Scotia budget featuring no major tax increases and the elimination of 320 fulltime government jobs.

The government largely...

Enhancements to the Code of Conduct for the Credit Card and Debit Card Industry in Canada (“the Code”) have now been released. The Retail Council of Canada was a driving force in...

The new, New Brunswick government introduced its first budget today featuring no HST or corporate tax increases and no road tolls. There will be an increase in fuel taxes of 1.9 cents per litre...

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