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Lake Cowichan Gazette
Jennifer Kennedy is the new manager at Mill Bay’s Arbutus RV & Marine Salesat the Ramada Duncan at 7:30 a.m. with the Breakfast for Retailers, that has Bo
Lake Cowichan Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
at the Ramada Duncan at 7:30 a.m. with the Breakfast for Retailers, that has Bob Ianson, a long time director with the Retail Council of Canada, as the featured speaker. Morning seminars begin at 9:15 a.m. with presenter and author Mark... Read more
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EuroNews
Sears Canada collapse offers silver lining for mall ownersamid the gloom. “This is a silver lining for some landlords,” said Craig Patter
EuroNews / Posted 3 days ago
amid the gloom. “This is a silver lining for some landlords,” said Craig Patterson, a special projects consultant for the Retail Council of Canada. “Sears had a lot of power in the ’70s and ’80s, and they put a lot of covenants into their leases... Read more
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Calgary Sun
The truth is the Liberals have been itching to tax discounts for decadespay no attention to what goes on at the Commons’ Finance committee, either? As
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 days ago
pay no attention to what goes on at the Commons’ Finance committee, either? As recently as last month, Karl Littler of the Retail Council of Canada complained to the committee that implementing this change would be an “administrative nightmare” for... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Liberals need to sort taxable benefit messwe know this issue was previously flagged to CRA and politicians. Why are they
Calgary Sun / Posted 10 days ago
we know this issue was previously flagged to CRA and politicians. Why are they only acting now? In late September, Retail Council of Canada VP Karl Littler told the House of Commons finance committee about concerns he raised with CRA. All... Read more
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CTV News
Fact check: Are employee discounts taxed, or not?to find themselves subject to a CRA audit over their reporting on employee bene
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
to find themselves subject to a CRA audit over their reporting on employee benefits. If the confusion isn't cleared up, Retail Council of Canada vice president of public affairs Karl Littler cautions there is potential for this to become an... Read more
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CTV News
Amid uproar, feds to remove wording on employee-discount tax, call for reviewTuesday that Ottawa was not targeting retail-sector workers. Karl Littler, vic
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
Tuesday that Ottawa was not targeting retail-sector workers. Karl Littler, vice president of public affairs for the Retail Council of Canada, welcomed the government's decision to remove the change. "Obviously, that's a pretty positive... Read more
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CBC.ca
Liberals tell CRA to scrap idea to tax employee discountsits interpretation of the tax code, and consult with stakeholders in the indust
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
its interpretation of the tax code, and consult with stakeholders in the industry. The government's backtrack comes amid a stunning backlash to the change from the Retail Council of Canada and thousands of the country's two million retail wo... Read more
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CTV News
Fact check: Are employee discounts taxed, or not?to find themselves subject to a CRA audit over their reporting on employee bene
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
to find themselves subject to a CRA audit over their reporting on employee benefits. If the confusion isn't cleared up, Retail Council of Canada vice president of public affairs Karl Littler cautions there is potential for this to become an... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Feds deny employee discounts will be taxed, despite CRA doc to the contraryof discounted meals or clothes offered through their employment. Karl Littler,
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 days ago
of discounted meals or clothes offered through their employment. Karl Littler, vice-president of public affairs for the Retail Council of Canada (RCC), said he suspects bosses at the CRA came up with the idea without input from the higher... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Feds say employee discounts won’t be taxed after CRA document suggests they willCanada Revenue Agency document that suggested they will be. Political rivals a
Penticton Western News / Posted 11 days ago
Canada Revenue Agency document that suggested they will be. Political rivals and business lobby groups, including the Retail Council of Canada, have voiced strong concerns that new wording in a government document could lead to higher taxes on... Read more
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CBC.ca
Employee discount at work? Revenue Canada wants you to pay tax on itbe categorized as a taxable benefit," he said. Retail Council hates the idea
CBC.ca / Posted 11 days ago
be categorized as a taxable benefit," he said. Retail Council hates the idea That stipulation was cold comfort to the Retail Council of Canada, who said the proposed CRA changes will be a "potentially horrendous burden" for employers and... Read more
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CTV News
Gov't of Canada targeting retail workers with employee discount taxLeader Lisa Raitt, meanwhile, accused the Liberals of “picking the pocket of mi
CTV News / Posted 11 days ago
Leader Lisa Raitt, meanwhile, accused the Liberals of “picking the pocket of minimum wage earners.” Karl Littler of the Retail Council of Canada called the move a “silly decision,” and said that he’s hopeful the government will “back off from... Read more
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CTV News
Gov't of targeting retail workers with employee discount taxLeader Lisa Raitt, meanwhile, accused the Liberals of “picking the pocket of mi
CTV News / Posted 12 days ago
Leader Lisa Raitt, meanwhile, accused the Liberals of “picking the pocket of minimum wage earners.” Karl Littler of the Retail Council of Canada called the move a “silly decision,” and said that he’s hopeful the government will “back off from... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Trudeau's tax hounds salivate over discounted hot dogsshoes and lunches would now be considered taxable benefits, and therefore part
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 days ago
shoes and lunches would now be considered taxable benefits, and therefore part of their income. Back at September’s end, Retail Council of Canada vice-president Karl Littler appeared before a hearing of the Commons finance committee, dumbfounded... Read more
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New Kerala
25th Anniversary Canadian Grand Prix New Product Awards Now Accepting Entries - newkerala news #277753identity the "best of the best". The 25th Anniversary Canadian Grand Prix New
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
identity the "best of the best". The 25th Anniversary Canadian Grand Prix New Product Awards, which is hosted by the Retail Council of Canada is now accepting entries (deadline is November 27, 2017) for the special silver anniversary program.... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Proposal would reduce job loss risk: ChamberWorking Coalition, which includes the chamber, Food and Beverage Ontario, the O
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 22 days ago
Working Coalition, which includes the chamber, Food and Beverage Ontario, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture, and the Retail Council of Canada. Provincial proposals also include requiring equal pay for part-time, temporary, casual and... Read more
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Kincardine News
Proposal would reduce job loss risk: ChamberWorking Coalition, which includes the chamber, Food and Beverage Ontario, the O
Kincardine News / Posted 22 days ago
Working Coalition, which includes the chamber, Food and Beverage Ontario, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture, and the Retail Council of Canada. Provincial proposals also include requiring equal pay for part-time, temporary, casual and... Read more
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Finance and Commerce
Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threatthings they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the d
Finance and Commerce / Posted 26 days ago
things they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the duties.” Karl Littler, a spokesman for the Retail Council of Canada, said that raising the duty-free limit would be “an incentive to shop virtually anywhere but from... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threatthings they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the d
Stamford Advocate / Posted 30 days ago
things they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the duties." Karl Littler, a spokesman for the Retail Council of Canada, said that raising the duty-free limit would be "an incentive to shop virtually anywhere but from... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threatthings they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the d
Connecticut Post / Posted 30 days ago
things they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the duties." Karl Littler, a spokesman for the Retail Council of Canada, said that raising the duty-free limit would be "an incentive to shop virtually anywhere but from... Read more
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CTV News
Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threatthings they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the d
CTV News / Posted 30 days ago
things they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the duties." Karl Littler, a spokesman for the Retail Council of Canada, said that raising the duty-free limit would be "an incentive to shop virtually anywhere but from... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threatthings they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the d
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
things they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the duties." Karl Littler, a spokesman for the Retail Council of Canada, said that raising the duty-free limit would be "an incentive to shop virtually anywhere but from... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threatthings they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the d
The Middletown Press / Posted 30 days ago
things they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the duties." Karl Littler, a spokesman for the Retail Council of Canada, said that raising the duty-free limit would be "an incentive to shop virtually anywhere but from... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threatthings they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the d
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 30 days ago
things they like and then go home and order online without sales taxes or the duties." Karl Littler, a spokesman for the Retail Council of Canada, said that raising the duty-free limit would be "an incentive to shop virtually anywhere but from... Read more
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