One of Canada’s largest wage subsidy initiatives is the federal government’s annual Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program, which provides up to 50%-100% of employee’s minimum wages during full-time work from 6 – 16 weeks. This program is extremely popular and exhausts it’s funding each year. What many employers learn a bit too late about this program is that they are often required to apply in December or January with their eligible positions and candidates in mind.
This article will cover some of the top wage subsidy, grant, and tax credit programs that can go towards your labor costs for eligible positions and projects.
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