Labour Ministers Gather in Prince George
Friday, September 9, 2016 @ 9:37 AM
Prince George, B.C. – Labour Ministers from across the country are meeting at the Coast Inn of the North in Prince George today.
They are meeting to share information and ideas on a variety of topics including labour policy, employment standards and occupational health and safety.
The gathering is being co-chaired by British Columbia’s Minister of Labour Shirley Bond and Federal Minister of Labour MaryAnn Mihychuk.
250News will bring you more on this story following a media availability set for 3:15 p.m. this afternoon.
LaBOR mINISTERS COME TO TOWN AND NO ONE SAYS ANYTHING… hEAVEn forbid… Northern Mayors get together and everybody is in a uproar about it
I think some low paying service oriented occupations should be income tax exempt.
While I don’t agree on a good many of your comments Eagleone, on this one I most certainly do concur. However, Canadian federal personal income tax is calculated based on taxable income, then non-refundable tax credits are deducted to determine the net amount payable. For 2015, every taxpayer can earn taxable income of $11,327 ($11,138 in 2014) before paying any federal tax.
Your proposed tax exemption system is already in place, it just need some minor adjustments to accommodate people working for less than a “living wage”.
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