Jobs, Growth and Long-Term Prosperity
While the Canadian economy continues to grow and create jobs, the challenges confronting us are significant. The global economy remains fragile. In this uncertain environment, the Government’s focus is clear: jobs and the economy.
Economic Action Plan 2013 builds on the strong foundation that was laid last year—in fact, the strong foundation that has been built since 2006—with affordable measures to create jobs, promote growth and support long-term prosperity.
The Economic Action Plan is working for you. Find out more about the initiatives, programs and services that are included in the Economic Action Plan 2013.
The Economic Action Plan 2013 includes programs, services and initiatives designed to equip Canadians with the skills and training they require to obtain high-quality, well-paying jobs. [More. . .]
The Economic Action Plan 2013 includes measures designed to strengthen the competitiveness of the Canadian manufacturing sector while supporting small and medium-sized businesses and helping to keep taxes low for job-creating businesses. Growing trade and investment, coupled with a new approach to support a vibrant venture capital market, will allow Canadian businesses to succeed at home and abroad.
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Investments in Canada’s public infrastructure create jobs, economic growth and provide a high quality of life for families in every city and community across the country. Economic Action Plan 2013 delivers a new Building Canada plan to build roads, bridges, subways, commuter rail and other public infrastructure in cooperation with provinces, territories and municipalities. [More. . .]