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  • Proposed changes to Alberta’s employment standards and labour relations rules

    July 8, 2020

    Proposed changes to Alberta’s employment standards and labour relations rules supports economic recovery and restores balance in the workplace. Source: Alberta Government Date: July 7, 2020 Below are just select points we have highlighted from a couple sections, to see all the points and sections, please see the release on The Government of Alberta’s website. Restoring balance and economic...

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  • Kenney promises infrastructure spending and corporate tax cut

    June 30, 2020

    Kenney promises $10 billion in infrastructure spending, immediate cut to corporate income tax rate to boost economy Source: Edmonton Journal Author: Ashley Joannou Date: June 20, 2020 The Alberta government is promising billions of dollars worth of infrastructure spending and an immediate cut to the corporate income tax rate as part of an effort to boost the economy. At...

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  • CRA to search US real estate transactions for Canadians hiding income

    June 29, 2020

    CRA to search U.S. real estate transactions for Canadians hiding income Source: Toronto Sun The CRA is looking for records on Canadian property transactions in the U.S. including municipal addresses, names of owners, square footage, sales histories and property tax assessments, according to Blacklock’s Reporter. It will look into sales starting in 2014. “The agency requires U.S. real estate and...

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  • CRA: Final Update to COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan

    June 18, 2020

    Update: National COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan – June 16, 2020 Source: CRA Date: June 16, 2020 “This is the final update to the National BCP and the Agency will transition from operating under a critical services mode to a business resumption mode on June 26, 2020.” “…the Agency is currently working on the National Business Resumption Plan (NBRP) that...

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  • Call in the accountants to fix the flaws in emergency programs

    May 4, 2020

    Memo to Morneau: Call in the accountants to fix the flaws in emergency program Opinion: Accountants are the ones on the ground with direct firsthand knowledge of the problems people are facing. We have good ideas and are eager to help Source: Financial Post Author: Neal Winokur ince that fateful day, March 13, when the federal government announced that...

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  • credit card customer refunded almost $7,500

    May 1, 2020

    Credit card customer refunded almost $7,500 Some people charged for credit card insurance they didn’t sign up for are getting big refunds Source: CBC News Author: Yvonne Colbert It’s not every day a bank refunds thousands of dollars, but that’s what’s happening for some people who checked their credit card statements after reading a CBC story about credit card insurance in early...

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  • Commercial Rent Relief

    April 24, 2020

    Update: please see our page on the Government’s Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance Program.   Ottawa is proposing to offer commercial rent relief in the form of loans for landlords of small and medium-sized businesses that would cover up to three-quarters of tenants’ payments for three months, according to sources familiar with the negotiations. A portion of the loans...

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  • COVID-19: Government Assistance

    April 4, 2020

    Please see our COVID Assistance section for more up to date information and resources related to COVID-19:     To our client and web page users. We have provided a quick summary comparison of the recently announced government programs, and are continuing to update the tables below as new information is released. The information contained is based on government...

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  • COVID-19 Update to Clients

    March 16, 2020

    COVID-19 Update to Clients Though NCCA remains open, we encourage all clients to contact us before visiting our office. We will not be scheduling any appointments until April at the earliest. NCCA has a number of technologies in place that can eliminate the need for clients to physically visit our office for communications, signing, payment and document transfer. Where possible,...

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  • Coronavirus and Small Business

    March 10, 2020

    Extended Filing Deadlines GST/HST To support Canadian businesses in the current extraordinary circumstances, the Minister of National Revenue will extend until June 30, 2020 the time that: Monthly filers have to remit amounts collected for the February, March and April 2020 reporting periods; Quarterly filers have to remit amounts collected for the January 1, 2020 through March 31, 2020...

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