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Accounting standards applicable to future group benefits: assumptions used by Canadian organizations
Several private sector organizations must include the recognition of their obligations toward defined benefit pension plans (DB plans) and group insurance plans offered to retirees (other post-retirement benefits) in their financial statements.
Again this year, we analyzed the annual reports of Canadian organizations listed on the S&P 60 Index (60 largest organizations) and on the S&P MidCap Index (mid-cap organizations) whose fiscal year ended between September 30 of the previous year and February 28 of the current year.Read more
Final report of the Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare: Our experts react
In its 2018 budget, the federal government announced the creation of an Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare. The Advisory Council delivered its final report on June 12. This report sets out a list of 60 recommendations for the implementation of a national pharmacare program.Read more
On December 13, 2018, the federal government’s second Budget Implementation Act for Budget 2018, which establishes the Pay Equity Act, received Royal Assent. Once it comes into force, the Act will apply to federally regulated public- and private-sector employers with 10 or more employees.Read more