Budget 2021: HAC’s Analysis

On April 19, 2021, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland tabled the Federal Budget, entitled A Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth, and Resilience.

#Budget2021 outlined commitments to address the inequities in Canada’s digital tax system and delivers marketing support for our sector’s long term recovery. The extension of the wage subsidy (CEWS) and fixed costs support (CERS) to September 25, 2021 is welcome news for hard hit sectors, including hotels.

For more information, download HAC’s analysis of the Federal Budget, including an outline of key measures that will impact hoteliers.

null HAC’s Adrienne Foster Discusses Labour Challenges on ‘Checking In’ Podcast

HAC's Adrienne Foster, Vice-President, Policy and Public Affairs, recently joined David McMillan, President of AXIS International, and Steve Renard, President of Renard International Search Consultants, and host Rosanna Caira, Editor and Publisher of Hotelier, on an episode of ....

Read More
Ecolab Canada Partners With Hotel Association Of Canada As Premier Sponsor, Offering Cutting-Edge Solutions For Sustainable Hospitality

The Hotel Association of Canada (HAC) is excited to announce Ecolab Canada as its newest Premier Partner. ....

Read More
null
Hotel Association Of Canada Announces 2024 Board Of Directors

The Hotel Association of Canada (HAC) announced its 2024 Board of Directors at its Annual General Meeting in Montreal.....

Read More
null
Interim President & CEO Appointment

As you all know, our President & CEO, Susie Grynol, will be leaving our Association in June.....

Read More
null