win 888 casino_trò chơi slot_nhận định bóng đá

April 29 2018 – Toronto Sun – Liz Braun – “a new tax rebate that will help cover child care expenses regardless of whether that care is a licensed daycare, a nanny, an after-school program or a babysitter. The choice will be up to the parents”

“The new Ontario Conservatives* childcare rebate will cover children until they reach the age of 15, and work on a sliding scale that will see low-income families recoup as much as 75% of childcare costs. (Families earning over $150,000 would be at the other end of the equation, and could expect to see 26% of such expenses covered.)”

“Doug Ford*s plan will cost $389 million annually and begin Jan. 1, 2019 〞 one year earlier than the Liberal and NDP plans.”

“The PC plan offers more immediate relief and more choice for families to find daycare solutions that work for them.”

Editor’s Note: This tax rebate is very similar to the previous Equity in Education Tax Credit made available to private school parents in 2001 under previous PC Premier Mike Harris. It was retroactively repealed by Dalton McGuinty following the 2003 provincial election when he became premier.

Read The Article

Spring Regional Session - GTA - May 1 2018

May 1 2018 每 12noon 每 4pm 每 Upper York School 每 Markham, ON 每 An informal afternoon lunch & learn opportunity 每?round-table discussion, employment legislation updates, insurance compliance & policy development and government relations update prior to provincial election in June

read more

Spring Regional Session - Western ON - April 24 2018

April 24 2018 每 12noon 每 4pm 每 Hitherfield School - Guelph/Campbellville, ON - An informal afternoon lunch & learn opportunity 每?roundtable discussion, employment legislation updates, insurance compliance & policy development and government relations update prior to provincial election in June

read more

Spring Regional Session - Eastern ON - Kingston

April 18 2018 - 12noon - 4pm - Leahurst College - Kingston, ON - An informal afternoon lunch & learn opportunity -?roundtable discussion, employment legislation updates, insurance compliance & policy development and government relations update prior to provincial election in June

read more

PC Party Proposes Flexible Child Care Plan

April 29 2018 - Toronto Sun - Liz Braun - "a new tax rebate that will help cover child care expenses regardless of whether that care is a licensed daycare, a nanny, an after-school program or a babysitter. The choice will be up to the parents"

read more

Independent Schools In British Columbia: Myths & Realties

September 20 2016 - Barbara Mitchell Centre For Education Improvement -?This study finds that despite frequent claims to the contrary, independent schools do not drain resources from public schools, but in fact, the elimination of the partial funding of independent schools would likely increase the strain on public schools and on B.C. taxpayers.?

read more

Ask An Expert

Thank-you for your question!