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Immediate input required from NEIA members: recommendations to help government address difficult fiscal situation

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This month the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador asked the public, industry, and other stakeholders to reflect on the difficult fiscal and economic reality facing the province, and to submit any ideas on how to address the situation.

NEIA will be presenting to government, on its members’ behalf, a series of recommendations to that effect. NEIA members are encouraged to contact Kieran Hanley (kieran@neia.org) or use the form below as soon as possible with any ideas or comments addressing the following three questions:

  1. Thinking of all of the things government spends your money on to provide the residents of the province with services, what are three things that could be stopped in order to save money?

  2. Given the financial challenges facing our province, what three things do you think government could do to raise money (increase revenue)?

  3. How can government be more innovative or efficient to provide quality services at lower costs?


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Your input will be treated in confidence, and presented as a suggestion from the association – not an individual firm.

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