Due to high interest rates.
As part of the speculation tax.
Groceries, housing and mental health care! 🤞
Largely due to the cost of gas coming down.
The feds also doubled rebates for rural communities.
Over 123,000 businesses received a CEBA loan.
Gas is up to nearly $2 per litre!
An extra $164 dollar-doos!
Free dental care, grocery rebates and more!
Inflation strikes again.
The police force sought a 10% increase, while other departments are seeking 7%.
Free birth control, renter’s credit and more!
The RCMP’s budget makes up 16% of the drafted budget this year.
“It’s never been so unaffordable to buy a home.”
71% are struggling to save for retirement.
To help deal with inflation.
Having trouble sleeping? 😴
Nearly $4 an hour more than last year.
Prices are growing at the fastest rate in 40 years.
Many will receive a payment on November 4th.
Time to get a third job! 💸
Over $20/hr is currently considered a “liveable” wage here.
The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) was rated highest among businesses.
The Province promised $500 million for mental health initiatives.
And people are still buying them! 😳
Growth was slower than in previous months, however.
Those on CERB or EI are not eligible.
The provincial unemployment rate is now at 11.1%
The sector is set to see a 69% decrease in revenue this year
"This could be the worst downturn experienced by our province in recent history," says Minister Carole James.
The freeze on evictions for non-payment of rent also remains in place, but evictions for other reasons will be allowed later this month
A new driver would pay ICBC $4,319 a year to insure a Honda Civic, the report says
No fictional characters allowed!
That’s a lot of Air Jordans.
Who would you vote for?
As well as roughly 100 million Americans.
Wages for liquor servers, resident caretakers and live-in camp leaders are also going up
Hint: A LOT of them have to do with credit cards!
#7: Pre-qualifying is a thing!
As if filing taxes wasn’t fun enough already 🙄
We also have the highest carbon tax in both Canada and the US.
With a portrait of the first Canadian woman to ever be featured on a regular banknote
It's official: the Employer Health Tax will come into effect on January 1st, 2019
What would you like to see in the province's budget for next year?
And 39% say they spend all of their net pay