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10 March 2014

Canada legislates One-for-One Rule and releases Red Tape Scorecard

(Announcement) On January 29th , Treasury Board President Tony Clement introduced the Red Tape Reduction Act (Bill C-21) in Parliament to enshrine the One-for-One Rule in law (see news release). The One-for-One Rule is the cornerstone of the Canadian Red Tape Reduction Action Plan. On January 28th, The Government of Canada released its first Scorecard Report outlining the substantial progress made in cutting red tape for Canadian business, under the Red Tape Reduction Action Plan (see news release).

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