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The majority Liberal government fresh off election victory re-released the May 1st budget on July 14.  This note restates the issues of interest to retailers.

Ontario Retirement Pension...

With the election of a Liberal majority, Premier Wynne will select a new cabinet over the next few days. 

The Legislature will resume with a throne speech on July 2nd, followed within...

Ontario Retailer Priorities for the Next Provincial Government

In a...

The broad thrust of the Ontario budget has received extensive coverage in the media. This note will focus instead on issues of particular interest to retailers.

Infrastructure...

On March 27, 2013 the Newfoundland and Labrador government tabled its 2014-15 budget featuring a tax break for small business.

RCC remains concerned that with this budget, government...

The New Brunswick Department of Health has updated its New Brunswick Prescription Drug Program (NBPDP) formulary.  The formulary lists the drugs covered under this government sponsored drug plan...

RCC Budget Perspective:

Saskatchewan Finance Minister Ken Krawetz introduced Saskatchewan’s 2014 Provincial Budget on March 19. Saskatchewan’s 2014-15 budget projects a $71...

Minister of Finance Nicolas Marceau tabled a budget today, on the eve of a very likely snap general election call.

The anticipated $1.7 billion deficit for 2014–2015 represents 0.5% of GDP...

While most RCC members will already have seen media and expert coverage of the broad themes in the 2014 Federal Budget, there were two announcements of particular interest to retail merchants....

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