Canada Payroll and Employment Tax Resources

In Canada, most payroll and income taxes fall within the federal jurisdiction. There are provincial taxes that also apply in many cases, and Quebec has a number of unique laws relating to taxation of payroll. You will find several employment tax resources below to guide you through some of these legal requirements.

Federal Payroll Resources

Canada Revenue Agency - Businesses

How Payroll Works

Service Canada – Employer Services

Revenue Quebec

Income Tax

[PDF] Employers Guide to Source Deductions and Contributions

What Canada's Pension Plan (CPP) is All About?

*Please Note*
The CPP operates in all the provinces throughout Canada, except Quebec. For information about Quebec's Pension Plan and benefits, please click here.

What is Employment Insurance?

Employment Insurance: Information for Employers

Record of Employment (ROE)

Records of Employment: Information for Employers

Provincial Resources

Ontario Employer Health Tax

Ontario Employer Health Tax: Guide for Employers

Employer Health Tax FAQs

Tax Services Offices and Tax Centres

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ADP Payroll and Employment Tax Compliance Resources

Employment standards in Canada

HR Compliance Risks

Human Rights Laws in Canada

Pay Equity Laws in Canada

Statement of Remittance Reporting