Conservatives’ One-for-One rule could be hindering regulatory cooperation: report

Conservatives’ One-for-One rule could be hindering regulatory cooperation: report

Published on April 13, 2016

The One-for-One rule — implemented by the Harper government to reduce the regulatory burden on Canadian businesses — may be hindering efforts to better align Canada’s regulations with its trading partners, a new report from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce argues...

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