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Property Tax Exemption for Non-Profit Long-Term Care Homes

The 2014 Ontario Budget announced a plan to provide consistent and equitable property tax treatment to non-profit long-term care homes (LTCs). Most charitable and non-profit LTCs are currently exempt from property taxation. However, a small number remain taxable due to inconsistent historic policies. To facilitate consistent treatment, the Assessment Act was amended in 2014 and a regulation is required to prescribe eligibility criteria
Comments Due Date:  October 23, 2015

Regulation under the Protecting Child Performers Act, 2015

The Ministry of Labour is proposing to develop a regulation that would support the Protecting Child Performers Act's provisions relating to income protection, tutoring, travel expenses, criminal records, and other matters as provided for under the Act.
Comments Due Date:  October 19, 2015

Business Law Agenda: Priority Findings and Recommendations Report

An expert stakeholder panel made recommendations on priorities for reform of Ontario's corporate and commercial legislation. These recommendations for reform are intended to foster prosperity and job creation, spur innovation and support long term economic success for the province.
Comments Due Date:  October 16, 2015

Proposed amendment to O. Reg. 181 under the Corporations Act

This proposed amendment would provide clarity to corporations regarding the use of words or expressions in a corporate name that may be restricted under Ontario or federal legislation.
Comments Due Date:  October 13, 2015

Proposed Amendment to Regulation 909 of the Pension Benefits Act - Pension Advisory Committees

The proposed amendment to Regulation 909 would implement section 24 of the Pension Benefits Act, concerning pension advisory committees
Comments Due Date:  October 13, 2015