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Employment Standards – British Columbia

Employment Standards BC provides legal standards for payment, compensation and working conditions in workplaces throughout British Columbia. Officers can help clear any misunderstanding or disagreement between employers and employees regarding salaries, deductions, and rules in the workplace in British Columbia. Link

Employment Standards – Alberta

Like BC, the province of Alberta has its own employment-related laws and standards for minimum wage, overtime, holidays, job-protected leaves, vacations, hours of work, earnings, youth workers and termination. Link

 

Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)

Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) works to improve the standard of living and quality of life for all Canadians, by establishing rules on work-related and hiring standards, pensions, disability and other benefits for employees and their families, and making sure that no worker is left behind. Link

Service Canada

Service Canada provides Canadians with a single point of access to a wide range of government services and benefits, like Employment Insurance (EI), Canada Pension Plan (CPP), Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPP-D) and Old Age Security (OAS). Link

 

Canada Revenue Agency

CRA sets tax laws for the Government of Canada and for most provinces and territories. A good place to start when filing your yearly income taxes and looking for answers to tax-related questions. Link

Job bank – Trend Analysis

This is for people who are looking for work, to learn more about the job you are interested in, like wage rates, education, skills needed and your chances of landing that job. Link

 

Services and Information for New Comers

Find out about how to start a new life in Canada and what services and resources are available to help you get started. Link