Reform Bill Thin, Senate Told

A regulatory reform bill lauded by cabinet as one of the first of its kind in the world has numerous loopholes and fails to address the Income Tax Act as the biggest generator of paperwork, say senators. Compliance with federal regulations typically costs small business $3,444 a year, by Industry Canada estimate: “We’re not trying to reduce the burden for lawyers here”.

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