Cabinet Announcement

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has unveiled the roster of ministers he’s selected to comprise cabinet in his minority government. On HAC’s key issues - fair rules for the short-term rental industry and support for labour shortages - we will be working with the Minister of Finance;...

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Toronto’s Short-Term Rental Rules Upheld by Ontario Tribunal

Joint Statement from the Hotel Association of Canada, the Ontario Restaurant,  Hotel & Motel Association and the Greater Toronto Hotel Association:   Following a lengthy legal process, the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) has ruled in favour of the City of Toronto’s Short-Term Rental Regulations. This is a significant...

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HAC’S Federal Election Platform Analysis

  In order to help you make an informed decision, HAC has analyzed each platform from a hotel perspective. Included in HAC's Federal Election Platform Analysis are the highlights from each major party on the issues that matter the most to hotels.       [no_button size="" style="" text="HAC's Federal...

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HAC 2020 Pre-Budget Submission

In early August, HAC submitted its written brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance for the pre-budget consultations in advance of the 2020 Federal Budget.   On behalf of Canada’s hotel industry, HAC’s pre-budget submission focused on recommendations including tax fairness for digital offshore...

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HAC Launches #VoteFairRules Campaign

On July 17, the Hotel Association of Canada (HAC), joined by the Ottawa Gatineau Hotel Association (OGHA) and the Association Hôtellerie Québec (AHQ), held a press conference to launch its election platform and call on all federal parties and candidates to modernize Canada’s outdated tax...

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