Will the competitive awakening extend to Bill C-69?
By Marla OrensteinDec. 3, 2018
Business, particularly the now hard-hit energy sector, is saying pause Bill C-69, and come back with proposed legislation that follows your own new—excellent—regulatory initiative.
In Finance Minister Bill Morneau's November fall economic update, the federal government promised to build in 'efficiency and economic growth' as an integral part of regulators’ mandates, and to enshrine in legislation that the 'economic impacts of new, revised or cumulative regulations are key considerations for regulators,' writes Marla Orenstein. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
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