Rebuilding the Canadian economy

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Visit "Rebuilding the Economy: What We heard" for more information on how CPAs helped shape our pre-budget submission ahead of the 2021 federal budget. 

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With the slow, delicate process of reopening Canadian businesses underway, the difficult challenge facing the federal government is how to support and stimulate a deeply-wounded economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Do you have ideas on what is needed to restart Canada's economy and rebuild for long-term success?

Share your ideas with us, today! Visit our Forum and Ideas sections to leave your feedback.

We will compile your suggestions and incorporate them into future communications with government.

With the slow, delicate process of reopening Canadian businesses underway, the difficult challenge facing the federal government is how to support and stimulate a deeply-wounded economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Do you have ideas on what is needed to restart Canada's economy and rebuild for long-term success?

Share your ideas with us, today! Visit our Forum and Ideas sections to leave your feedback.

We will compile your suggestions and incorporate them into future communications with government.

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  • What should policymakers be prioritizing in order to set up Canada for success now and in the future?

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    Canada faces a challenging economic environment. In addition to the dramatic decline in economic activity as a result of COVID-19 that the country now has to recover from, Canada also faces persistent challenges related to its competitiveness, to skills development, to lowering carbon emissions, among others. 


    What should policymakers be prioritizing in order to set up Canada for success now and in the future?

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