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It is seldom that one can have a discussion about child care policies in Canada today without alluding to the implications that such policies can — and do — have on Canadian women. 923 more words
Acanac Inc. v. R. – FCA: Federal Court of Appeal denies appeal on issues of fact and refusal to accept expert evidence.
Acanac Inc. v. Canada (National Revenue) (October 30, 2014 – 2014 FCA 248) was an appeal from a decision of the Tax Court which dismissed EI and CPP appeals: 588 more words
With the senior population set to explode as more and more baby boomers retire, the Canadian Labour Congress and the Canadian Medical Association are teaming up to call on the federal parties to formulate comprehensive senior strategies. 543 more words
Legge v. M.N.R. (December 1, 2014 – 2014 TCC 360) was a very unusual small case where Mr. Legge had reported losses in 2006 and 2007 which the Crown determined resulted in his CPP contributions for those years being deemed to be nil pursuant to subsection 30(5) of the… 425 more words
On Monday, Ontario’s provincial Liberals introduced legislation to create a provincial pension plan. The plan would be comparable to the Canadian Pension Plan, and is only being created, insist the Liberals, because the federal Tories are unwilling to consider expanding the plan to provide more money to retirees. 619 more words
Liberals introduce bill to create mandatory Ontario pension plan because 'workers not saving enough'
Ontario’s Liberal government introduced legislation Monday to create a mandatory provincial pension plan, which the Opposition and business groups slammed as a job-killing payroll tax. 670 more words