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Rise in the ranks is mostly due to other countries slipping Canada’s economy moved up to a ranking of sixth among the 16 countries assessed in The Conference Board of Canada’s 2012 How Canada Performs: Economy report card. While Canada retains a “B” grade and improved its ranking from 11th in the last prerecession report card for 2008, it is more a reflection of weakness among its peers than of a stellar Canadian economy. “This “B” grade should be viewed as relative because Canada fares poorly when compared with the top-performing economies. With the exception of inflation and employment growth, Canada ranks far below the best countries on all other economy indicators,” said Glen Hodgson, Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist. “Canada has been a chronic laggard on several important economic indicators – notably, labour productivity growth and competition for global investment. And even in areas where Canada has improved, other countries are still doing better.”

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four equal segments from “A” to “D”. Along with most of its peers, Canada gets an “A” grade on inflation. Canada gets “B” grades for gross domestic product (GDP) growth, labour productivity growth, employment growth, and the unemployment rate. But Canada’s overall ranking is pulled down by “C” grades on income per capita and outward foreign direct investment (FDI), and a “D” on inward FDI. Canada’s ranking on income per capita dropped from sixth position among comparator countries in 2000 to eighth in 2008, and remained there through 2012. Canada’s income per capita was US$36,138 in 2012— nearly $12,000 below Norway, the top performer. Furthermore, income per capita in Canada is 84 per cent of income per capita in the United States. The income gap tripled between 1980 and 2012. The importance of productiv-

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Small business owners received some positive news in the recent federal budget with movement on several of the top recommendations from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB). “Overall, this is a good budget for small business,” said CFIB president and CEO Dan Kelly. “Minister Flaherty has done a solid job by remaining on course to eliminate the deficit while announcing some important measures for Canada’s entrepreneurs.” • The federal budget delivered on several top issues for small firms, including: • Renewing and expanding by 50 per cent the Employment Insurance Hiring Credit; • Enhancing the Lifetime Capital Gains Exemption to $800,000 and indexing it to inflation; • Remaining focused on eliminating the deficit by 2015; • Extending the accelerated capital cost allowance for machinery and equipment for two years; • Making progress on red tape – particularly at the Canada Revenue Agency; and, • Announcing plans to address unfair sick leave provisions for civil servants and unaffordable crown corporation pensions. “We’re particularly pleased the government publicly acknowledged taking some of these measures - such as the expansion of the EI Hiring Credit – at the recommendation of CFIB’s 109,000 members,” Kelly added. “In fact, the planned changes to sick leave follow

a recent CFIB report that found civil servants take nearly double the leave days of employees in small firms.” Given that half of Canadian small firms are concerned with the shortage of qualified labour, CFIB is pleased the budget includes renewed focus on skills training. “CFIB will be lobbying to ensure the new Job Grant recognizes informal, on-the-job training and those

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