Small business confidence wanes as COVID-19 cases rise
Still haven’t recovered from the first wave of COVID-19 lockdown measures, 37% reporting they’re losing money every day.
Small business outlook points to sluggish recovery
Proportion of businesses in bad shape has dropped and is now on par with those who say they are in good shape.
Small manufacturers’ confidence edges up in February: CFIB
Following national trend but below the Canadian average, skills shortage still top constraint.
Small business confidence dips in March: CFIB
Business Barometer results buoyed by stronger levels in the Prairies.
Small business optimism rises slightly in October, says CFIB
Manufacturers among the companies with the strongest results.
Small businesses less optimistic in September: CFIB
Business Barometer shows manufacturing slips a little but still confident.
Small business confidence jumps in July
CFIB’s Business Barometer registers an almost five-point jump.
SMEs a bit less optimistic in April: CFIB
Manufacturers among the least confident during April’s slight decline.
Small biz even more optimistic: CFIB
The latest Business Barometer Index from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) shows confidence at 66 in February, up 0.8% from January.