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B.C. consultation on app-based gig workers

November 25, 2022

Gig work is an income-earning activity outside of standard employer-employee relationships. B.C. is reviewing the conditions gig workers face in their job to ensure appropriate standards are in place. Government may propose employment standards amendments for gig workers and ensure these employees are not incorrectly classified as independent contractors. View consultation. E-commerce delivery for food … Continued


Alberta considers provincial pension and tax revenue agency

November 21, 2022

The United Conservative Party (UCP) is considering establishing the Alberta Pension Plan that would create a provincial replacement for the Canada Pension Plan, in addition to establishing a provincial revenue agency to collect all Alberta taxes including personal income taxes presently collected by the federal government. RCC has been advised that these strategies are particularly … Continued


Saskatchewan to establish accessibility requirements

November 21, 2022

The Government of Saskatchewan has introduced The Accessible Saskatchewan Act that, when passed, will establish accessibility standards and regulations for the buildings and spaces, information and communications, employment, transportation, service animals, procurement, and service delivery. The government will have one year to develop an accessibility plan from force date, and will be the first to … Continued

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