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Greenshield Windows and Doors Ltd. v. R. – TCC: Telemarketers were not employees for purposes of EI and CPP.


Greenshield Windows and Doors Ltd. v. Canada (National Revenue) (March 20, 2015 – 2015 TCC 70, Woods J.).

Précis: CRA concluded that the telemarketers employed by Greenshield were employees for EI and CPP purposes. 438 more words

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Loving Care v. R. – FCA: Appellate court will not reverse an inference of fact reasonably supported by the evidence.


Loving Home Care Services Ltd. v. Canada (National Revenue) (March 11, 2015 – 2015 FCA 68, Pelletier, Webb (Author), Boivin JJA).

Précis: This decision is in EI and CPP appeals from a decision of the Tax Court that held workers were employees. 1,004 more words

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Kelly McParland: Hydro One selloff is Liberals' way of testing whether Ontarians will believe anything

Stuck with a $12.5 billion deficit and no coherent plan to eliminate it, Ontario’s Premier Kathleen Wynne has seized on a potential means of raising short-term spending money: sell off a piece of Hydro One. 873 more words

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Pareto Corp. v. R. – TCC: 1389 location scouts, promotion agents, field agents - employees for CPP and EI purposes.


Pareto Corporation v. M.N.R. (February 20, 2015 – 2015 TCC 47, Hogan J.).

Précis: These appeals, heard on common evidence, concerned the status of 1389 workers of the appellant (by its trustee in bankruptcy) and a predecessor corporation. 1,500 more words

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When should you start your CPP benefits?

By Sheryl Smolkin

I retired early and elected to start receiving my Canada Pension in 2010 at age 60. As I result my pension was reduced by 30% (.5% for every month prior to age 65) and I currently receive $675.20/month. 548 more words


Dying man fights for disability benefits

OTTAWA – An Alberta man dying of lung and rectal cancer has been seeking Canada Pension Plan disability benefits for 18 months after being told by officials that he doesn’t qualify because his condition isn’t serious enough. 691 more words


Windsor weighs in on Ontario's Retirement Pension Plan

About 30 business and union representatives from the Windsor region had their say about the Ontario government’s proposed pension plan Thursday morning.

The province’s associate minister of finance, Mitzie Hunter, hosted a consultation session at the downtown Waterfront Hotel. 460 more words