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Cards not well known here, but they’re facing increased scrutiny south of the border
The rules for compensating employees can be complex and can vary among jurisdictions
Alberta, Ontario, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan, Yukon looking at legislative change
Demand for specialized payroll professionals increasing: Survey • Second quarter prescribed interest rates set • Second quarter prescribed interest rates set • Payroll earnings up 0.9 per cent in December: StatsCan • Canada lost 7,000 jobs in February: StatsCan • No payroll-related tax changes in Alberta budget • Manitoba budget proposes minimum wage hike • No payroll-related tax changes in Saskatchewan budget
Reminder: Good Friday a statutory holiday • Nova Scotia minimum wages increased April 1 • Ontario proposes to index minimum wage • Quebec minimum wage increasing May 1 • Yukon minimum wage increased April 1
Loan that exceeds a workers’ compensation award