As an Ontario resident, would you re-elect the Conservative Premier Dog Ford in the upcoming Ontario election in June 2022?

Which Ontario provincial party would you vote in the upcoming provincial election in June 2022?

The Government of Canada is committed to reconciliation and ensuring that the tragic history and ongoing legacy of residential schools is never forgotten.

The federal government recently passed legislation to make September 30th a federal statutory holiday called the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This day provides an opportunity for each public servant to recognize and commemorate the legacy of residential schools. This may present itself as a day of quiet reflection or participation in a community event.

The current union collective agreements include provisions to allow for an additional designated holiday if one is proclaimed by an act of Parliament. As a result, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation will become a designated paid holiday and will allow employees in the federal public service to observe and participate in this important day starting September 2021.

Due to the newly created federal government holiday, all EI payments might encounter a delay of one business day if your report was submitted on Tuesday Sep 28th or Wednesday Sep 29th.