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Archive for December, 2018


Family Caregivers Can Qualify for Canadian Tax Credits and Deductions

In Ontario alone, just 3% of caregivers receive some form of supplementary income, such as social assistance or welfare, workers’ compensation, child tax benefits, or tax credits and deductions.

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Woman wins court case over CRA’s disability tax credit rejection

The Canada Revenue Agency must re-examine its decision to deny the Disability Tax Credit to a Nova Scotia woman with a number of severe illnesses, the Tax Court of Canada ruled late November.

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What You Need to Know About Ontario’s Social Assistance Reforms

It is difficult to make sense of the Ford government’s proposal to overhaul provincial social assistance. Among the many changes, one should be concerned with Ontarians being the new definition of disability, which is said to align with more narrow

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Autism Speaks Canada’s Sensitive Santa is Coming to Town

Malls are overwhelming come the holidays, with all the frenzied shoppers, seasonal lights and sounds, and short-tempered retail employees.

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