Federal Minimum Wage in Canada to Rise to $17.30 per Hour in April 2024

As of April 1, 2024, the federal minimum wage in Canada is set to increase from $16.65 to $17.30 per hour. This adjustment aims to keep pace with inflation, benefiting approximately 30,000 Canadian workers in federally regulated sectors. The federal minimum wage applies to various industries, including banking, postal and courier services, interprovincial air, rail, … Read more

Quebec residents can receive payment from these government benefits and credits in July 2024

As July arrives, so do a range of new government benefits and credits from Revenu Quebec and the Canada Revenue Agency. With high inflation and the rising cost of living in Quebec, many residents, especially low-income families, are looking for additional income opportunities, whether through jobs or financial aid programs from the Canadian and Quebec … Read more

Last opportunity for Canadians to claim a portion of the $153 million CIBC settlement

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on the CIBC class action lawsuit settlement. In this article, we’ll delve into the details of the settlement, including who is eligible to claim, how much you might receive, and the distribution process. This settlement stems from a legal dispute dating back to 2007, when retail branch employees in Toronto … Read more

Early Childhood Educator (ECE) Job Opportunity in Canada

Are you passionate about early childhood education and looking for a rewarding career opportunity in Canada? Rothewood Academy is seeking dedicated Early Childhood Educators to join their team in Richmond, BC. As a leading provider of child care services, Rothewood Academy is committed to providing a nurturing environment that promotes the physical, cognitive, emotional, and … Read more

Who is Eligible for Canada Caregiver Tax Credit & How to Apply?

The Canada Caregiver Credit (CCC) is a non-refundable tax credit that provides support to individuals who care for a spouse, common-law partner, or dependant with a physical or mental impairment. This credit replaces and combines three previous credits: the caregiver credit, the infirm dependant credit, and the family caregiver benefit. The Canada Caregiver Credit simplifies … Read more

Big News for Drivers: Auto insurance changes expected in Upcoming Ontario budget

In a significant move, Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s government is set to introduce substantial changes to auto insurance, aiming to offer drivers more choices to lower their car insurance premiums. This announcement comes as a central feature of the budget that the government is tabling, indicating a proactive approach to addressing key issues in the … Read more