The Canada Revenue Agency implemented a new school tax credit for teachers and early childhood educators for the 2016 taxation year. If you are eligible to claim this credit print, complete and return the form to Ann Anderson Payroll Manager Employee Service along with copies of your receipts, who will sign this form and return it to you. You may be required to submit this form and original receipts to CRA. Your principal may, at their discretion, also sign it.
Increasingly the number one question that we receive is: what can I do to take reconciliation action in my community? We are inspired by the commitment to reconciliation, and hope that our Community Action Toolkits can assist to answer your search.
We understand reconciliation as an ongoing journey, one that takes both individual and collective effort to find a new way forward. Reconciliation Canada wants to support you on your journey of reconciliation, and enable you to convene dialogue on reconciliation and take reconciliation action. We invite you to pick up one of the Community Action Toolkits and gather your family, friends, colleagues or classmates.
The Community Action Toolkits are intended to provide you with some guidelines and ideas on how to start the dialogue on reconciliation within your own circles of influence. Of course, every community and situation is different and we invite you, as the expert in your own community, to use these tools in a way that is appropriate, impactful and safe in your respective environments and situations.
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