Pulse Check: Rising input costs top challenge for Canadian businesses in Q2 2022
For many of us, life is finally starting to feel more “normal.” But sadly, the latest CSBC reveals that the recovery remains incomplete for one-third of businesses. Businesses are dealing not only with a “cost crunch,” but also with difficulties recruiting and retaining labour, and supply chain pains.
Liquidity Challenges Facing the Cannabis Industry due to COVID-19
Ryan Greer, Senior Director and Cannabis Policy Lead, Canadian Chamber of Commerce, and Ivan Ross Vrana, VP Government Relations and...
Gearing up for next summer: CBRN Grant Recipient Inukpak Outfitting uses grant monies to help
In June, as part of its Canadian Business Resilience Network campaign, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, through the generosity of Salesforce...