Policy Library

Browse through our Policy Library to learn how our work affects business in Nova Scotia.

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Speech by Premier Dexter
| Topics: Multi-Topic Publications

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Standing Committee on Finance-Submission

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Strategic Joint Regional Transportation Committee Information Note
| Topics: Transportation and Trade

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Submission to the Minister's Panel on Education
| Topics: Health and Education

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Submission to the Provincial Tax and Regulatory Review
| Topics: Taxation and Regulation

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Submission to the Sable Gas Review
| Topics: Energy and the Environment

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Submission to Transport Canada Concerning International Air Policy - Looking Ahead Beyond the Policy
| Topics: Transportation and Trade

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Submission to Transport Canada Concerning New International Air Policy
| Topics: Multi-Topic Publications

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Summary for Business of the EGSPA Progress Report 2009
| Topics: Energy and the Environment

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Summary of Winning Candidates Answers - Federal Election
| Topics: Multi-Topic Publications

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Support for Canada’s airports facing severe financial impact of COVID-19
| Topics: Transportation and Trade

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Task for on Education and Training Final Report
| Topics: Health and Education

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Task Force on Port Opportunities
| Topics: Transportation and Trade

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Tax and Regulatory Review - Feedback From Members
| Topics: Taxation and Regulation

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Tax Burden - Are Things Getting Better or Worse?
| Topics: Taxation and Regulation

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Thank You Letter to Mayor Kelly - Mayor's Luncheon
| Topics: Multi-Topic Publications

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The Chamber and International Business
| Topics: Transportation and Trade

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The Cost of Doing the Right Thing
| Topics: Health and Education

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The Deficit Debate - Should Governments Run Deficits?
| Topics: Budget Issues

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The Federal Election is over – What’s Next?

Your Chamber was actively engaged during the recent Federal election. As an apolitical organization, our focus was on strongly encouraging our members to exercise their right to vote and providing information to help them to do just that. As well, we monitored political platforms for areas that aligned with issues you have identified – Talent, a federal Tax Review, a predictable investment climate, and common-sense regulations. We need our governments to set the conditions for your success and then let you proceed. Now post-election, we will be looking for the best ways to continue to move your issues forward with the federal government. That will include working with our national partners such as the Canadian Global Cities Council and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce as well as meeting with our Halifax MPs to ensure your issues are top of mind. Once the new Federal Cabinet is sworn in, we will review Ministerial Mandate letters for alignment with our key issues and follow up from there. Stay tuned and don’t hesitate to reach with your issues or concerns. We are in your corner!

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