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Canada Day is a statutory holiday in all provinces and territories.

The following is a brief overview of retail business regulations from across the country, as related to Canada Day. ...

The Ontario government recently announced that effective October 1, 2017 the minimum wage will increase from $11.40 to $11.60. The student minimum wage which applies to students under the age of...

Yesterday, the government of Prince Edward Island announced that PEI businesses will be subject to an increase in minimum wage. On April 1, 2017, minimum wage will move from $11.00 per hour to $11...

On January 19, the Government of Québec introduced its policy on minimum wage increases for the next four years.

Labour Minister Dominique Vien announced a 50-cent increase, effective May 1...

The government of New Brunswick announced that it will be raising the province’s minimum wage from $10.65 to $11.00 on April 1, 2017.  Following the increase to $11.00, all future minimum wage...

As noted in the Fall of 2016, WorkSafeNB announced a 33% increase in the average employer assessment rate for 2017.

This excessive increase was done without employer consultation or...

In-person/Webcast session on January 18, 2017

Manitoba’s Accessibility Advisory Council will be hosting a consultation session on January 18, 2017 to get feedback on the proposed...

Last year, RCC applauded when the Government of B.C. moved to annual minimum wage increases tied to the Consumer Price Index (from which arbitrary politics were removed).  One year later, the...

At today’s first Annual General Meeting, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) announced effective January 1, 2017, an average of five percent premium rate reduction for businesses...

Earlier today, Ontario’s Changing Workplaces Review released its interim report, beginning a new round of consultations, which are expected to conclude on October 14, 2016.

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