Managing Retirement Savings Can Be a Balancing Act. By Olev Edur A popular regular feature in Good Times magazine is “Your Questions,” where Olev Edur provides answers to questions from our readers regarding their rights, personal finance, and estate planning.
Most Will Book COVID Shots Online. Lack of Internet access could complicate things for some By Caitlin Finlay Most provinces and territories are counting on Canadians to use online portals to sign up to get the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a CBC News survey.
Nunavut is the exception and will be scheduling vaccination appointments only over the phone (all the provinces and territories will also provide the option to book by phone). The distribution of the vaccines began in December 2020 to high-risk groups such as long-term care residents and health-care workers and is now moving to other high-risk populations, often starting with older seniors.
While online registration is convenient for many, it’s not equally accessible across the population and could prevent some from signing up for a vaccination appointment. Potential solutions being considered include mobile vaccination clinics, vaccinations provided within the workplaces of essential workers, and community clinics to provide greater access.
Piecing Together the Farmland Tax Puzzle. Fact Sheets Information for New and Beginning Farmers New and beginning farmers can take advantage of three government programs to benefit their farm operation today.
Follow our guide below to discover how each program fits together and how that connects to your Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) membership. Farmers who earn a minimum annual gross farm income of $7,000 or more (as defined by the Canada Revenue Agency) must register under the Farm Business Registration (FBR) Program* in the following year. Most crop and livestock income is eligible. What Are the Benefits of the Farmer's Walk Exercise?
The health and fitness industry has made great strides over the past decade.
In recent years, movements that were traditionally only performed by hardcore strength athletes are making their way into the fitness routines of typical gym-goers seeking to improve their health. One such exercise is the farmer’s walk, an exercise in which equipment held in each hand is carried for a distance. Ontario’s Suspension of Limitations Periods – AvoidAClaim: Claims Prevention & Practice Management for Lawyers.
Posted March 23, 2020 by Juda Strawczynski [Updated April 23, 2020] On March 20, 2020, the provincial government, through the Lieutenant Governor in Council, made an order under s. 7.1 of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act suspending limitation periods and procedural time periods.
The suspension is retroactive to March 16, 2020. Update on Limitation Periods – Where have we been and where are we headed? Introduction Although the Limitations Act, 2002 (the “Act”) has now been in force for almost 20 years, the manner in which it should be interpreted and applied continues to be refined by the courts.
We will examine some recent trends in the case law, particularly on what it means to have “discovered” a claim and how the application of this concept may differ depending not only on the circumstances of the case, but also on the circumstances of the individual with the claim. Background on Limitation Periods. LEGAL ISSUES AND OPTIONS - Report of the Canada - United States Working Group on Telemarketing Fraud. Business Torts In Canada - Civil Fraud. 12.1.2 Types of fraud. What Conduct Gives Rise To Criminal Liability For "Fraud"? - Criminal Law - Canada. The Canadian Bar Association : <em>Crown Liability and Proceedings Act 2019:</em><br /> Practice and Procedure.
OBA Administrative Law / Public Sector Lawyers PROGRAM | 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM The Crown Liability and Proceedings Act 2019 (CLAPA) revamps Crown liability in Ontario and the process for suing government in tort.
To understand how CLAPA will affect your representation of clients, join our expert faculty representing both plaintiff and defendant perspectives, as they unpack the key takeaways from the legislation and highlight how your practice will change. The discussion will include analysis of: The new procedural rules Eliminating negligence actions involving certain governmental functions Seeking leave in proceedings for torts of misfeasance or bad faith Good faith decisions and removing financial liability CLAPA’s retroactive application What to expect moving forward with the legislation Register now for this essential program and get the practical insight you need to keep abreast of CLAPA. Margaret Drent, Law Society of Ontario Jeff G. MAG says Crown liability changes defend taxpayers from ‘deep-pocketed lawyers’ The report by the independent legal reform organization was only an early, partial analysis of the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act, 2019, which just received royal assent in May.
Courts will still need to determine the scope of the law, LCO Executive Director Nye Thomas told Law Times. The LCO report raised concerns about s. 11 of the CLPA, “Extinguishment of causes of action respecting certain governmental functions,” as well as s.17, “No proceeding for misfeasance, bad faith without leave;” s. 30, “Regulations and s. 31, “Transition.” E-Laws. It Has Gotten A Lot Harder To Sue The Ontario Government - Government, Public Sector - Canada. To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com.
A key value in any free and democratic society is the principle that no one is above the law. In democracies, even the government can be required by the Courts to pay compensation to persons harmed by negligent or intentional government actions. However, thanks to the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act, 2019, which was buried in the Ontario budget bill passed in April, it has just gotten a lot harder for individuals and corporations to sue the Ontario government, government employees and government officials when their negligence or misfeasance has caused harm. In some ways, the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act, 2019 codifies what the settled common law already said about government liability – that the government cannot be sued for policy decisions or decisions on how, where and when to spend its money (For example see the 1989 Supreme Court of Canada decision in Just v.
Things to consider before deciding whether to sue - Ministry of the Attorney General. Back to Civil Cases - Suing and Being Sued in the Superior Court of Justice page The information provided below is offered to help you in your decision to make a claim if you do not have a lawyer.
The information provided below is not legal advice, and it may not apply in every situation. Civil Cases: Suing and Being Sued in the Superior Court of Justice - Ministry of the Attorney General. The Ministry Contacts Follow Us Civil Cases: Suing and Being Sued in the Superior Court of Justice Text: Larger | Smaller ALERT: Documents for civil (non-criminal) cases to be served on the Crown must now be served by email.
The Caregiver Tax Credit (CTC) If you qualify for the Care Giver Credit and have not been using it, we may be able to recapture up to $8.000.00 in credits for you. Contact Ken Pope for further details. Line 315, the caregiver amount, comes into effect when there is a person, older that 18 years of age, who resides with you at some point during the year, and is dependant on you, due to mental or physical infirmity. The dependant needs to have income of less than $14,000.00 per year for you to receive the maximum tax credit. The new Canada caregiver credit. On this page What is the Canada caregiver credit? Do you support a spouse or common-law partner, or a dependant with a physical or mental impairment?
The Canada caregiver credit (CCC) is a non-refundable tax credit that may be available to you. Who can you claim this credit for? Who Can I Claim as a Dependant on my Tax Return? The word dependant is defined as “A person who relies on another, especially a family member, for financial support”. The Canada Revenue Agency’s definition of dependant is similar but can vary for each credit. Let’s break it down by each credit. Eligible Dependant Amount The Amount for an Eligible Dependant Credit on Line 30400 is often referred to by its former name “Equivalent to Spouse”. Most commonly associated with single-parent families, this Non-Refundable Tax Credit doesn’t just apply to children. To claim the credit, both of these criteria must be met: RC4064 Disability-Related Information - 2020.
Disability tax credit (DTC) What is the disability tax credit? The disability tax credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit that helps persons with disabilities or their supporting persons reduce the amount of income tax they may have to pay. An individual may claim the disability amount once they are eligible for the DTC. The Little Black Book of Scams - Competition Bureau Canada. Gatik. Self-driving car startup Gatik emerges from stealth with $4.5 million in seed funding and Walmart partnership. Gatik, a two-year-old startup developing an autonomous vehicle stack for business-to-business short-haul logistics, today emerged from stealth with $4.5 million in seed funding led by Innovation Endeavors, with participation from Trucks Venture Capital, Dynamo Venture Capital, Fontinalis Partners, and AngelPad.
Coinciding with the close of its funding round, the Toronto and Palo Alto, California-based company announced that it’s inked a deal with Walmart and additional commercial partners that’ll be revealed later in the year. “We are a strong believer in autonomous vehicle technology, and we look forward to learning more about how Gatik’s innovation can benefit our customers in the coming months,” said senior vice president of digital operations at Walmart Tom Ward of the partnership. Top Car Stocks for Q1 2021. Meet the British digital bank trying to conquer America. 10 Benefits & Retirement Tips Every Senior In Canada Should Know About In 2021 - Improve Savings. 15 Safe Ways to Make Extra Cash at the Era of the Coronavirus. Thinking up additional money to cover the bills, pay unexpected costs, increase savings, or quicken the flagging 401(k) because we reunite to ward off the coronavirus is not as difficult as it appears. Heard of TaaS? – Monivation.
Whitney Tilson is one of the most famous and successful investors in America… He first made his mark on Wall Street, starting a hedge fund with just $1 million, ultimately growing it into a series of funds worth 200 times that amount. Born Before 1970? Here Are 7 Discounts Most Seniors Fail To Claim - Improve Savings. Mental Health. What is Triple Therapy for COPD? An Expert Weighs In. Triple therapy refers to a new combined treatment regimen for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It involves taking three medications simultaneously: What is Triple Therapy for COPD? An Expert Weighs In. Reflections of Blackness: Curate a Space That Affirms Your Humanity. Strength Training at Home: Workouts With and Without Equipment. Box Breathing: Techniques, Benefits, GIF, and More.
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