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Government Budgets, Throne Speeches and Plans

Three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk

Three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk deal with upcoming changes to Ontario’s employment and labour law; the update to the Canada Revenue Agency form RC18 to calculate automobile benefits; and a 20-year old workplace injury case.

 

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Slaw: Employment law and First nation band

In Canada, jurisdiction over employment law is normally within the authority of each province or territory, unless the employer or activity falls under the federal jurisdiction. This is a straightforward distinction under normal circumstances, but, in certain areas, it remains unclear. This was the case in Fox Lake Cree Nation v. Anderson, 2013

 

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Federal budget 2014: What employers, HR and payroll need to know

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The Federal Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty tabled the Economic Action Plan 2014 in the House of Commons on February 11, 2014, which confirms that the Government is on track to return to balanced budgets in 2015, with new measures that will create jobs and opportunities in an uncertain global economy. Budget documents indicate that there are no new taxes on Canadian families or businesses, however, there are other measures of interest to employers, HR and payroll.

 

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