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Ontario Proposes Legislation To Expedite Planning Approvals For New Major Employment Uses
On December 6, 2018, the Government of Ontario tabled legislation that would, if passed, give municipalities the power to enact by-laws to facilitate new major employment uses without the need to comply...
Canada
26 Dec 2018
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Bill 47 Proposes Significant Amendments To Employment And Labour Laws In Ontario
The Making Ontario Open for Business Act (Bill 47) had its first reading in the Ontario provincial legislative assembly on October 23, 2018.
Canada
29 Oct 2018
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Bill 148: Compensation And Leave Policy Action Items For Employers
This Update is restricted to immediate action items concerning the ESA, that employers should alert themselves to as soon as possible.
Canada
4 Jan 2018
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Extensive Changes To Ontario Employment Law Proposed For January 1, 2018
The Ontario government has proposed sweeping changes to provincial legislation governing employment relationships.
Canada
10 Jul 2017
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Ontario Government Calls For Comments On Proposal To Eliminate The 30% Rule For Pension Investment
The Pension Policy Branch of the Ontario Ministry of Finance has issued a call for comments on proposed amendments to eliminate the "30% Rule" for investments by Ontario pension plans.
Canada
11 Apr 2016
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Liberal Government Abandons Proposed Changes To Taxation Of Employee Stock Options
On March 22, 2016, the Liberal government delivered its first budget ("Budget 2016"), which focuses on growing the middle class.
Canada
7 Apr 2016
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Ontario Announces ORPP Design Details
The Ontario government has announced further design details for the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP).
Canada
8 Feb 2016
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Ontario To Eliminate The 30% Pension Investment Rule, Move Forward With The ORPP And Provide Solvency Funding Relief
Without any fanfare, the Ontario government has announced its plans to eliminate the 30% Rule for pension investments.
Canada
10 Dec 2015
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ORPP And CPP: Pension Reform Update
The recent election of a federal Liberal majority government has increased the likelihood of pension reform in the province of Ontario and perhaps federally.
Canada
19 Nov 2015
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Proposed Changes To Tax Treatment Of Stock Options Under New Liberal Government
On November 4, 2015, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau was sworn in as Canada's 23rd prime minister.
Canada
19 Nov 2015
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Draft Rules Regarding Federal PRPPs
At the end of last year, the Federal Government introduced the Pooled Registered Pension Plans Act (the "PRPP Act"), for the establishment and administration of Pooled Registered Pension Plans (PRPPs) and proposed amendments to the Income Tax Act to accommodate the creation of PRPPs.
Canada
15 Mar 2012
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Nearing the End of Mandatory Retirement
On December 12, 2006, Bill 211 comes into force effectively ending mandatory retirement. As you may be aware, the Minister of Labour introduced Bill 211, the Ending Mandatory Retirement Statute Law Amendment Act.
Canada
24 Nov 2006
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Wrongful Dismissal Damages For Loss Of Pension Benefits
Where an employee’s employment has been terminated and he or she has received damages in lieu of notice, is he or she entitled to accrue pension benefits during the notice period? A recent Ontario case examined the law in this area and determined that absent specific limiting language in the plan document.
Canada
2 Nov 2006
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Federal Budget Proposes Changes Related To Pension Plans
The latest federal budget proposes temporary relief for companies sponsoring defined benefit pension plans that are faced with significant pension solvency funding obligations. However, this temporary relief will only be available to pension plans that are registered under the federal Pension Benefits Standards Act.
Canada
19 May 2006
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Pensions Law - Kerry Case Considers Key Pension Issues
Has your pension plan changed from a defined benefit to a defined contribution formula? If so, a recent Ontario case may be of considerable interest to you with respect to your funding practices.
Canada
10 May 2006
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Surplus Distribution on the Partial Wind-Up of a Pension Plan:
On July 29, 2004 the Supreme Court of Canada released its long-awaited decision in the matter of Monsanto Canada Inc. v. Superintendent of Financial Services. This decision has major funding implications for companies with defined benefit pension plans.
Canada
 
11 Aug 2004
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