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Ever feel like tearing your hair out when you have to deal with government rules or paperwork?

This week, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business launched its second annual Red Tape Awareness Week to bring attention to the problems created for small businesses and others by excessive government regulations and bureaucratic processes. You can read about it here.

Have your own experiences to share? Need help in cutting through the red tape?

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Laura Jones, the CFIB's vice-president for Western Canada; Corinne Pohlmann, the CFIB's vice-president of national affairs; and Rick Fijal, president and owner of FastSigns Surrey, a Surrey, B.C.-based graphic design and sign manufacturing company, were here to field your questions.

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