The government recently released its 2012 federal budget, which sets out a comprehensive agenda to bolster Canada’s fundamental strengths and address the important challenges confronting the economy over the long term. How will this affect employment in Canada?
On March 3, 2010, the federal government presented the Speech from the Throne in the House of Commons. The speech cautiously affirmed that Canada's Economic Action Plan is working, although the effects of the global recession have not fully faded. Tax cuts and enhanced Employment Insurance benefits are providing direct support to Canadians who have paid into government programs over the years and now need help. The government intends to complete the second year of the economic plan and to continue creating jobs and growth. It will work with its provincial, territorial and municipal partners to ensure that measures under the plan come to an end by March 31, 2011. Visit HRinfodesk to read more.
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