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  • RCC wins fight to maintain de minimis at current level.
  • Government recognizes retailers’ concerns regarding lengthening of parental leave.

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The Government of Canada has agreed to RCC’s and other industry groups’ request to suspend CASL’s lawsuit provisions.

This means that individuals or groups will not be able to file for...

Nova Scotians have re-elected the Liberal government with a reduced majority. The Liberal Party led in the polls throughout the campaign and was able to hold off a late surge from the Progressive...

John Horgan, the Leader of the B.C. New Democratic Party will become the Premier of British Columbia in the coming months as a result of an agreement between his party and the B.C. Green Party....

On Thursday, the Nova Scotia government tabled its second consecutive balanced budget. It is one of only five provinces to table a balanced budget this year. Given that an election is expected to...

As expected, Ontario tabled its first balanced budget in a decade with just tobacco taxes being increased $10 per carton of 200 cigarettes over the next three years beginning with an immediate $2...

Manitoba Finance Minister Cam Friesen’s second provincial budget included no tax increases, no new taxes, and will see the province continue to run a significant deficit of $779 million for core...

On April 7, 2017, the Prince Edward Island (PEI) government tabled a provincial budget with a small surplus. This is PEI’s first balanced budget in a decade.

The only tax relief offered in...

The 2017-18 Newfoundland and Labrador budget will only provide minor relief from the significant tax and fee increases introduced in last year’s budget. Newfoundland and Labrador remains one of...

The Québec Government tabled a third consecutive balanced budget on Tuesday. The 2017-2018 budget provides for significant investment in many sectors (including education), as well as a reduction...

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