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This training requirement applies to Ontario workplaces that regularly employ 20 or more workers.

Last year Ontario through its Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) established:

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The Ontario Government today provided its first update in just over 5 months (since August 10, 2015) on rules for the forthcoming Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP). While many of the...

The government of New Brunswick announced that it will be raising the province’s minimum wage to $10.65 on April 1, 2016. This will be followed by an increase to $11.00 per hour by 2017. Following...

Today, the government of Prince Edward Island announced that in 2016, it will subject PEI businesses to two increases in minimum wage. On June 1, 2016, minimum wage will move from $10.50 per hour...

Following years of advocacy from Retail Council of Canada, the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers’ Council and other industry associations, WorkplaceNL (formerly the Workplace Health, Safety and...

The Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) recently announced that it will not increase premium rates in 2016.

RCC actively advocated for this outcome which provides stability...

Labour 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 Labour Day....

Voice of Retail is heard! Ontario Government heeds RCC advice on pension comparability...but ORPP still needs major improvements on age and dollar thresholds.

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Following seven months of consultation, an Advisory Panel representing the Nova Scotia Department of Community Services has produced a document entitled, Access and Fairness for All Nova...

Alberta’s Minister of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour, Honourable Lori Sigurdson, has announced that the province’s minimum wage will increase to $11.20 effective October 1, 2015. Alberta’s...

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