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Employment Insurance Special Benefits for Self-Employed People [Service Canada]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

Self-employed Canadians can access Employment Insurance (EI) special benefits. There are four types of EI special benefits…

Bonding Insurance [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

A bond is a form of insurance that protects your business against losses caused by internal fraud, theft, or incompetence. If mistakes are made by your employees that result in losses for your customers, restitution for damages is paid by your insurance company. Some businesses are required by law to purchase bonding insurance, and others do so to increase their business’ credibility.

Insurance for your Small Business [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

The right type of business insurance can provide peace of mind in both your personal and business life.

Insurance [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

Is your business covered in the event of losses due to unforeseen circumstances? A lack of insurance can turn misfortune into disaster. Explore business-specific insurance coverage that is available to protect you.

Employment Insurance and Work Force Reduction Program Due to Downsizing [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

As an employer, you may have to restructure your enterprise to remain competitive. As a last resort, this may include reducing your overall number of employees. Service Canada can help you by allowing your employees to qualify for employment insurance benefits, when they agree to leave their jobs to preserve the jobs of co-workers.

Appendix D - Co-operatives and Communities: Some Theoretical Considerations [Canadian Co-operative Association, CCA]

Publisher: 
Canadian Co-operative Association
Year of publication: 
2001

It is a vast understatement to say that the current state of social and economic development within Aboriginal and First Nation communities is far from satisfactory. A recent study1 of the Aboriginal economic gap in Saskatchewan, for example, demonstrated that, compared to the non-Aboriginal community, Aboriginal people experience higher poverty rates, lower education levels, and chronic unemployment.

Appendix A - Part 1: Socio-Economic Profile of Aboriginal Co-operatives in Canada [Canadian Co-operative Association, CCA]

Publisher: 
Canadian Co-operative Association
Year of publication: 
2001

This paper is part of a larger research study on the Aboriginal co-operative movement (A Reporton Aboriginal Co-operatives in Canada: Current Situation and Potential for Growth). The study was initiated by the Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA) and le Conseil Canadian de la coopération (CCC). The objective of the study was to build knowledge and awareness about the current state and contributions of Aboriginal co-operatives to regional and community development. The present paper has been developed as a background paper for the complete study.

Harness the Spirit of Cooperation [Canadian Co-operative Association, CCA]

Publisher: 
Canadian Co-operative Association
Year of publication: 
2012

The Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA) has launched the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Cooperative Development Program to help Aboriginal communities explore the potential of co-operatives to meet their needs. The five-year pilot program is being developed in consultation with national Aboriginal organizations and the program’s steering committee will be composed of representatives of co-operative and national Aboriginal organizations. It is sponsored by Arctic Co-operatives Ltd.

Examples of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Co-operatives in Canada [Canadian Co-operative Association, CCA]

Publisher: 
Canadian Co-operative Association
Year of publication: 
2012

There are more than 9,000 co-ops in Canada, and about 100 of them are owned and controlled by First Nations, Métis or Inuit people.

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Co-operative Development Program [Canadian Co-operative Association, CCA]

Publisher: 
Canadian Co-operative Association
Year of publication: 
2012

The Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA) has created the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Co-operative Development Program to help Aboriginal communities explore the potential of co-operatives to meet their needs. The five-year pilot program was developed in collaboration with national Aboriginal organizations.

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