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The February 27 Federal budget did not contain any measures specific to retail but does include a number of items that may be of interest to RCC members.

The budget has been characterized...

This morning, the United States imposed tariffs on U.S. imports of steel and aluminum products from Canada.

In response, Canada has stated its intention to impose retaliatory tariffs of up...

Yesterday Manitoba Growth, Enterprise and Trade Minister Blaine Pedersen announced an anticipated increase in minimum wage.

Effecive October 1, 2018 the Manitoba minimum wage will increase...

Last week, the Prince Edward Island (PEI) government tabled its second consecutive balanced budget. The budget featured a 5.7% increase in spending, a 0.5% decrease to the small business corporate...

On April 10, following a tribute to her constituency of Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Finance Minister Donna Harpauer tabled her 2018 budget, forecasting a $365-million deficit for this fiscal year, and...

The Quebec budget of March 27 requires Canadian retailers without a store in Quebec who serve Quebec residents through online sales or other non-physical channels over a threshold of $30,000 to...

The 2018-19 Newfoundland and Labrador budget has no plan of action to deal with the province’s huge deficit and staggering debt. Newfoundland and Labrador remains one of the highest taxed...

Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa tabled his last budget before the June 7, 2018 provincial general election, outlining the government’s election platform to attract voters by committing to...

The Québec Government tabled yesterday its last budget before the fixed date election scheduled for October 1st. Most personal income tax measures having already been announced in a mini-budget...

Without consultation and without notice, the Province of Saskatchewan announced on Friday, March 23, 2018 that Environmental Handling Charges on all beverage containers in the province of...

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