The Advisor

July 09, 2018

B.C.: a new health tax for employer-paid benefits to be introduced in 2019

The B.C. government has proposed a new employer-health tax as a step to eliminate the current Medical Services Plan (MSP), which they say will...

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December 18, 2017

Alberta's new dental fee guide to take effect January 2018

Alberta’s new dental fee guide, the first to be published in 20 years, will take effect January 1, 2018.

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November 27, 2017

What does the new Canadian parental benefit mean for employers?

As of December 3 the Government of Canada will be providing individuals with parental benefit options as announced earlier this year in the Federal Budget. Parents with a newborn or newly adopted child can choose from the following:

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November 09, 2017

20% raise coming in January for minimum wage Ontario employees - Four things to consider

On January 1 of next year Ontario will see a significant salary change brought on by Bill 148, with minimum wage increasing from $11.60 to $14. By 2019 it will be raised an additional dollar to $15. This change is significant – a 30 per cent...

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