Many people wonder how they divide up their Canada Pension Plan Credits after separation or divorce.
If you were the lower income earning spouse, it may be beneficial for you to apply for this division. If you were married, there is no time limit for applying unless your spouse dies, in which case, you must apply within 36 months of their death. If you were common law, you must apply within 48 months from your date of separation.
In some provinces (Saskatchewan, British Columba, Alberta, and Quebec), you can waive the division of CPP credits, but not in Nova Scotia.
Recently, governments have started to ease restrictions and, as a result, healthcare providers have started opening their doors for in-person treatments. We asked chiropractor Dr. Liam Ryan a few questions about the clinic Nova Physiotherapy and how it is operating during this time.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many of the activities and routines in people’s daily lives. We asked chiropractor Kate MacAdam at Dr. MacAdam and Associates a few questions about her clinic and how it is operating during this time.