Strengthening Canada’s Labour Market

February 21, 2014
The Canadian economy has continued to create jobs, with more Canadians working today than during the worst part of the recession. Economic Action Plan 2014 helps to provide opportunities for everyone.

Canada’s Economic Action Plan Helps Canadians Find Employment

February 20, 2014
Connecting jobs with Canadians is key to ensuring that businesses and families across Canada succeed. This promotes economic growth and prosperity for all.

A Plan to Return to Budget Balance

February 19, 2014
The Government is on track to return to balanced budgets. Including measures in the 2014 Economic Action Plan, the deficit is projected to fall to $2.9 billion by 2014–15.

How can Canada’s Economic Action Plan help you

February 17, 2014
Finance Ad Campaign Tax-Free Savings Account FRAME 3: Grow your small business Lower Taxes for Small Business FRAME 4: Or buy your first home First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit

Supporting Families and Communities

February 11, 2014
With Economic Action Plan 2014, the Government continues to support families and communities by keeping taxes low, putting consumers first, protecting Canadians’ health and safety, and making communities more resilient in the face of natural disasters.

Economic Action Plan 2014

February 11, 2014
Since implementing Canada’s Economic Action Plan during the global recession in 2009, Canada has achieved the best job creation record, the strongest income growth, and one of the best economic performances in the G-7.

Supporting Jobs and Growth

February 11, 2014
Economic Action Plan 2014 continues to support jobs and growth by connecting Canadians with available jobs, strengthening Canada’s labour market and investing in the workforce of tomorrow.

Economic Action Plan 2014 – Watch it Live!

February 10, 2014
Tomorrow, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty will table Canada’s Economic Action Plan 2014 (EAP) in the House of Commons.

Find a Job—or Career—That Suits Your Skills and Interests

February 7, 2014

Are you looking for a job or starting your career?

Get tax savings working for you!

February 6, 2014

Are you a first-time charitable donor? You may be eligible for an additional tax credit of up to $250. Are your children registered in fitness activities? Did you know that you may be eligible for a tax credit of up to $75 per child?

Budget 2014

January 28, 2014

Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced today that the budget will be tabled on Tuesday February 11, 2014, at approximately 4 p.m. EDT.

Preserving Canadian Heritage at Maison Saint-Gabriel

January 23, 2014

Canada’s Economic Action Plan (EAP) is focused on economic growth, job creation and long-term prosperity. During the economic stimulus portion of the EAP, initiatives such as the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund and the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund have created and maintained jobs and enhanced the quality of life in local communities.

Canada's Youth Employment Strategy

January 16, 2014
Are you between 18 and 30 and finding it difficult to find employment? Would you like to gain work experience and valuable skill sets to help you get ahead in today’s labour market?

Which program will work for you?

January 10, 2014

The Government of Canada’s top priorities are job creation, economic growth and long-term prosperity. Government programs, services and benefits are expanding labour markets and increasing employment opportunities across Canada.

Tax Relief for Certification Examinations

January 8, 2014
Through Canada’s Economic Action Plan, the Government is helping apprentices in the skilled trades and workers in regulated professions by making occupational, trade, and professional examination fees eligible for the Tuition Tax Credit.

Transforming Your Big Idea into a Great Business

December 24, 2013
Are you 18-39 years old? Do you want to start your own business in Southern Ontario? Not sure how to start? The Canadian Youth Business Foundation is offering a workshop series called The Big Idea Labs that teaches you to use innovative, entrepreneurial thinking to create a great business.

Creating Jobs for Students By Providing Funding to Small Businesses

December 20, 2013
Canada Summer Jobs is part of the Government’s Youth Employment Strategy to connect young people with jobs that are in high demand.

A Better Education Leads to Better Job Opportunities

December 9, 2013
Are you a full- or part-time post-secondary student? Are you trying to complete an apprenticeship? Would you like to study abroad, or have a career in a specialized field?

Municipalities across Canada Benefit from the Federal Gas Tax Fund

November 29, 2013
The federal Gas Tax Fund is a key infrastructure program and part of the New Building Canada Plan as announced in Economic Action Plan 2013.

Financial Literacy Month – Take Control of Your Finances Today

November 21, 2013
November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada. Helping you enhance your financial literacy is part of Canada’s Economic Action Plan.

Federal Gas Tax Fund Invests $2 Billion Every Year for Job-Creating Municipal Infrastructure

November 15, 2013
This week, the Government of Canada is making the second installment of the annual $2-billion federal Gas Tax Fund available to municipalities.

Supporting and Remembering Canadian Veterans and Their Families

November 10, 2013
Several Economic Action Plan measures improve access to services and financial supports for Canadian veterans and their families.

Encouraging Financial Literacy across Generations

November 7, 2013
Financial literacy is a fundamental skill that is needed at all stages of life.The Economic Action Plan offers Canadians measures to improve their financial literacy so that they have the tools they need to make responsible financial decisions.

Helping Small Businesses Grow and Create Jobs for Canadians

October 31, 2013
The Government of Canada recognizes the important role that small businesses play in helping the economy grow and in creating jobs for thousands of Canadians.

Creating Opportunities in the Trades

October 24, 2013
Canada faces a shortage of skilled tradespeople that is expected to grow as the population ages. For example, over the next seven years, the construction sector alone is projecting a need for 319,000 new workers. Skilled tradespeople support economic growth across the country.

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