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Canada Day is a statutory holiday in all provinces. As Canada Day falls on a Sunday in 2018, some jurisdictions have additional rules surrounding retail opening hours.

The...

Ontario recently passed legislation to increase transparency in the hiring process.

Starting on January 1, 2019, Ontario will:

  • Require all publicly advertised job postings to...

After extensive advocacy by Retail Council of Canada (RCC) and the Canadian Payroll Association, the Ontario Government has moved to suspend its new rules in the ...

On March 22 Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci tabled what is likely the Government’s last full budget before the spring 2019 general election, outlining the government’s 5-year plan to achieve a...

On March 22, 2018, Minister François Blais (Employment and Social Solidarity) introduced Bill 174: An Act mainly to relax the parental insurance plan to promote better family-work balance.

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Since 2016, the federal government has been enacting changes to compassionate care and parental benefits. These changes allow workers to access employment insurance benefits for longer periods of...

On March 20, 2018, Labour Minister Dominique Vien introduced Bill 176: An Act to amend the Act respecting labour standards and other legislative provisions mainly to facilitate family-work...

RCC has provided a joint submission to the B.C. Labour Relations Code review panel along with 12 other business associations.

  1. The current Labour Relations Code is working well.  B.C...

RCC learned today that Paul Petrie who was contracted by the Chair of WorkSafeBC to conduct an expedited policy review is receiving submissions by email. The consultation deadline is March 9. The...

Following years of advocacy from Retail Council of Canada (RCC), the government of Newfoundland and Labrador announced that it will be raising the province’s minimum wage from $11.00 to $11.15 on...

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