Tax reform will be a hot topic at a meeting of the first ministers Tuesday in Ottawa.
The Trudeau government has been getting lots of complaints about its controversial proposed tax changes.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau will outline the plan to eliminate small business tax provisions the Liberals believe allow some wealthier Canadians to avoid paying their fair share.
Last week, Premier Wade MacLauchlan sent a letter to Morneau, asking the federal government to defer implementing its proposed tax changes, and extend its consultations.
MacLauchlan said there is significant uncertainty in the business community, and that many business owners say the changes could be an impediment to succession planning, particularly in the agriculture and fishing sectors.