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Housing market trends continue to diverge considerably among regions along four general themes: British Columbia; the Greater Golden Horseshoe; oil and natural resource dependent provinces; and everywhere else, says the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) in its updated forecast for home sales activity.Driven by sales trends in the Greater Golden Horseshoe, Ontario home sales have rebounded from the depths reached in the summer, but remain well below the peak reached earlier this year.The store was converted from the former RONA Home and Garden and is the fourth new model Lowe’s store to open in Canada.The store underwent a 16-week physical transformation which involved construction, departmental sequencing of new racking and re-merchandising, branding, and IT conversion, as well as providing training for employees focused on new product knowledge and customer service.The honourees include Claude Bureau, who lost his own home, yet helped rebuild community members before rebuilding his own home; Cody Burchell brought the spirit of Christmas back to one family by working long hours and going above the call of duty to provide all the finishing touches including a real, fully decorated Christmas tree; Alfred Hoffman donated his time and resources to the community church by replacing items that had been damaged in the fire; David Mc Leod, moved his business and young family to Fort Mc Murray and started a new life helping with the process of rebuilding and restoring homes; and Shawn Chaulk supported the elders in the community and made sure they all had a home to go to.
Each ‘Rebuild Hero’ will receive ,000 and a ,000 donation will be made to local charities in their name.
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If the government of Canada wants to grow the economy, it will be achieved through the success of small businesses.” The majority of small businesses say the Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) performance is merely satisfactory, says the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) in its ‘CRA Report Card.’ The 'C' grade is the same one the agency received in the previous edition of this report, in 2015.
The legislation on income sprinkling released by Finance Minister Bill Morneau, while a step towards clarity, still represents an administrative and financial burden for a number of small businesses and the families that own them, says the Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness.
The coalition remains concerned that the new rules will cause business owners to have to cut through burdensome interpretative red tape in their efforts to prove that they or family members belong in one of the categories that would exempt them from the new sprinkling rules.