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The New Brunswick government tabled its 2013-14 budget featuring corporate and personal tax increases.  Following RCC’s advocacy in the pre-budget consultation process, the government did not...

Saskatchewan’s 2013 Provincial Budget focused on maintaining fiscal discipline while continuing investments in the Wall Government’s key priority areas:  healthcare, education,...

Facing declining resource revenue and escalating operating costs, Finance Minister Doug Horner introduced Alberta’s first budgeted operating deficit in over 20 years. Titled Responsible Change,...

RCC Analysis:

Retailers generating $500,000 a year in taxable income and retailers selling tobacco will be directly affected by the budget.  Noticeably absent from the budget is any...

British Columbia Finance officials have indicated that businesses are now able to register to collect the Provincial Sales Tax, which is being re-instituted in B.C. on April 1, 2013.  They have...

The Department of Finance will be undertaking a review of Canada’s preferential tariff regime for developing countries and intends to update the list of countries eligible for the General...

On December 6, 2012, the Newfoundland and Labrador Minimum Wage Advisory Committee outlined two recommendations for the Provincial Government to consider:

  • That the minimum wage be...

The Newfoundland and Labrador government tabled its 2013-14 budget featuring no tax increases and steps towards cutting government spending.

Objective:

  • ...

RCC Budget Perspective:

Manitoba’s 2013 Provincial Budget delivered the worst possible news for Manitoba retailers and their customers with the announcement that Manitoba’s Retail Sales...

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