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Just a reminder, Ontario’s minimum wage is increasing to $11.00 from its current $10.25 level effective June 1, 2014. This change was announced in January of this year. The election call has no...

The Saskatchewan government has now proclaimed The Saskatchewan Employment Act, which consolidates Saskatchewan’s numerous labour laws and makes significant changes to modernize and update the...

Retail Council of Canada (RCC) has succeeded in its advocacy with the Nova Scotia Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) regarding the WCB’s new policy dealing with psychological Injury claims.

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In response by letter and email to questions by the Retail Council of Canada (RCC) on various issues concerning application of the Shopping Hours Act, the Government of Quebec has clarified two...

The New Brunswick Department of Health has updated its New Brunswick Prescription Drug Program (NBPDP) formulary.  The formulary lists the drugs covered under this government sponsored drug plan...

On March 31, 2014, Service Canada will no longer issue plastic SIN cards. In place of the plastic cards, citizens will receive a paper letter with their number on the letter. The purpose of this...

RCC members should continue to be aware of developing labour issues at Port Metro Vancouver. Although there was a tentative settlement last week, truckers voted to reject that settlement over the...

On February 5, 2014, Agnès Maltais, Minister of Labour, announced an increase to the minimum wage from $10.15 to $10.35 per hour in Quebec effective May 1, 2014.

The minimum wage for...

As expected, the Nova Scotia government has announced that on April 1, 2014, minimum wage will increase to $10.40 and the inexperienced wage rate will increase to $9.90.

Retail Council of...

The Ontario Government announced on January 30, 2014 a 75-cent increase to minimum wage, representing a 7% increase to labour costs for businesses operating in Ontario. RCC stressed that...

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