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Explains who is eligible, how to apply, what forms you need, and how much you might expect. It also answers some common questions.
Also available in: French
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The Wage Earner Protection Program (WEPP) reimburses eligible workers for unpaid wages, vacation pay, severance pay and termination pay they are owed when their employer declares bankruptcy or becomes subject to a ...
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Marijuana remains a Schedule II drug under the Controlled Drug and Substances Act, and, unless otherwise regulated for production and distribution for medical purposes, is subject to offences under that Act. Read more ...
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Try the Benefits Finder for a customized list of Canada-wide and province-specific programs and services! Enter information that’s specific to your circumstances and get a list of benefits you may be eligible for! You ...
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Read about the proposed Cannabis Act which would legalize and regulate the purchase and consumption of cannabis (marijuana). Includes answers to question such as "What will an adult in Canada be allowed to do upon the ...
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Information on the proposed Cannabis Act, which would create a strict legal framework for controlling the production, distribution, sale and possession of cannabis across Canada.
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Information on the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security pension and related benefits, the Canadian retirement income calculator and retirement planning.
Also available in: French
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Canada's anti-spam legislation (CASL) came into effect July 1, 2014. Private individuals and organizations that are affected by a violation of CASL will be able to seek legal redress through civil actions starting July ...
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Frequently asked questions about the new law and (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) CRTC’s enforcement role. How is the CASL enforced? For the most part, CASL is enforced by undertakings and ...
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