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A – Before You Receive Your Posting Instruction | Ombudsman | National Defence | Canadian Forces

http://www.ombudsman.forces.gc.ca/en/ombudsman-questions-complaints-helpful-information/a-before-posting-instruction.page

Jul 29, 2019 .... For example, the Post Living Differential (PLD) Compensation and Benefits Instructions (CBI) 205.45 allowance may not be available where you plan to reside at your new place of duty. Check with your unit or base orderly room staff. Be aware of the impact of tax rates on your income when you move to another province. Additional information on taxes can also be found

T. P. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2016-sstgdis-32.html

Aug 21, 2019 ...] When it became clear that the Appellant was more comfortable speaking French, the hearing continued primarily in that language. [5] The Appellant’s mother assisted when the Appellant did not hear or read lips effectively. [6] The decision is written in English as that was the language of communication indicated in the application for CPP disability benefits

Everyone Counts 2018: Highlights - Report

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/programs/homelessness/reports/highlights-2018-point-in-time-count.html

Aug 9, 2019 ... from communities in every province and territory, covering major urban centres, suburban communities of various sizes, and more rural and remote communities. Further results from Everyone Counts 2018 will follow in future reporting, including reasons people cite for their housing loss, sources of income, and deeper analyses on specific populations. If you have

J. J. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2016-sstgdis-21.html

Aug 21, 2019 ... increased she experienced insomnia. She was receiving support and counselling through her psychiatrist. [9] An employer questionnaire dated May 12, 2014 indicated that the Appellant’s attendance was poor. She had accessed the following hours in sick time – 324.75 in 2009, 262.75 in 2010 and 562.5 in 2011 plus Employment Insurance (EI) sickness benefits. The period

Applicant guide for the Temporary Foreign Worker Program Global Talent Stream

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/foreign-workers/global-talent/applicant-guide.html

Jul 25, 2019 ..., but are not limited to, the daily personal use of a company car, a housing or clothing allowance, or financial benefits such as stock options or retirement fund contributions. Vacation Enter the number of days of paid vacation, and/or the percentage of gross salary (in lieu of paid vacation days), to be provided to the TFW per year. Section 7: Work location Principal business

Service Standards 2019-2020

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/about-canada-revenue-agency-cra/service-standards-cra/service-standards-2019-20.html

Aug 16, 2019 ...Service Standards in the CRA Service Standards 2019-2020 Service standards publicly state the level of performance that citizens can reasonably expect to encounter under normal circumstances. The Canada Revenue Agency has developed these standards as part of its ongoing commitment to quality client service. Tax returns, benefits, and claims Tax returns

Rental Income

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/forms-publications/publications/t4036/rental-income-2016.html

Apr 15, 2019 ... benefit? A capital expense generally gives a lasting benefit or advantage. For example, the cost of putting vinyl siding on the exterior walls of a wooden house is a capital expense. A current expense is one that usually recurs after a short period. For example, the cost of painting the exterior of a wooden house is a current expense. Does the expense maintain

6.2 Program codes: Detailed for 2019 to 2020—Government-wide Chart of Accounts—Receiver General for Canada—PSPC—Canada.ca

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/recgen/pceaf-gwcoa/1920/txt/rg-d-6-eng.html

Aug 19, 2019 ... Policy, Rulings, and Interpretations Department(s) specific: 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities) 130 - Canada Revenue Agency BRB00 Benefits Description: To ensure that Canadians obtain the support and information they need to know what benefits they may be eligible to receive, that they receive their benefit payments in a timely manner

A. J. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2016-sstgdis-14.html

Aug 21, 2019 ... further information or evidence regarding the eligibility of the applicant or the beneficiary for a benefit. [emphasis added here] [15] Section 37 of the OAS Act deals with the repayment of benefits to which individuals are not entitled, or an overpayment: Return of benefit where recipient not entitled 37. (1) A person who has received or obtained by cheque

S. L. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2016-sstgdis-1.html

Aug 21, 2019 ..., the Respondent determined that the Appellant had not been a resident of Canada, and in June 2013 advised her that it had terminated both her OAS and GIS benefits, demanding that she repay a total of $89,296 that she had received for the period from May 2004 to December 2012. The Respondent denied the Appellant’s request for reconsideration and On February 6, 2014, she

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