• 23 Feb 2015 10:54 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    If you want to have your say on the proposed Single Touch Payroll initiative, the ATO wants to hear from you.

    The ATO’s Deputy Commissioner John Dardo says: "Under the initiative, employers will be able to meet their PAYGW and superannuation obligations automatically, every time they pay employees.

    “It will also simplify taking on new employees, by streamlining Tax File Number (TFN) declarations and Super Choice forms.”

     The closing date for written submissions to SingleTouchPayroll@ato.gov.au is 6 March 2015. For more information, go to the Single Touch Payroll discussion paper on ato.gov.au.

  • 27 Jan 2015 9:29 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Consulate General has recently launched  an  an online magazine style site which features stories of Canadian and Australian connections.


    If you click on the red bar at the bottom of the site you will see category areas, and within that you can click on business stories.

  • 09 Jan 2015 11:18 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Provided by the Consulate General of Canada, Sydney -

    Canada in Australia January - February 2015

  • 09 Jan 2015 10:45 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Canadian Jordanian Chamber Of Commerce

    It is with great pleasure to announce the establishment of the Canadian Jordanian Chamber of Commerce (CJCC) in Amman-Jordan, which would stand as the largest commercial collation between Jordan and Canada, as it aims to enforce ties between Jordan and Canada in fields of business, commercial joint ventures, employment, and education.

    The Canadian Jordanian Chamber of Commerce aims to strengthen economic ties and enrich bilateral relations between Jordan and Canada, by providing investment information and facilitating all forms of communication for business and economic activities to support Jordanian- Canadian social and business relations.

    The main motivation behind establishing such a Chamber is to increase the commercial volume between Jordan and Canada, as well as establishing a connection between CJCC and Canadian Chambers of Commerce in order to obtain promotional information related to the most important goods, exchange events addressing trade & industry, intercultural exchange, and awareness campaigns in Canada.

    CJCC also aims to collaborate with Chambers of Commerce in Canada to jointly arrange conferences and symposiums in both Jordan and Canada to promote investment in Jordan. We will establish a periodical newsletter in order to cover important activities and events set to be held annually.

    Our mission is to support Canadian businesses in Jordan by helping them to develop their networks and marketing opportunities as well as to cultivate a thriving Canadian community in Jordan.

    We appreciate any suggestions or advices you may provide us, as you are well experienced in this filed, that we support Canada.

    In accordance with that you are kindly requested to provide us with your training courses, latest activities and any other programs of yours for our CJCC staff development.

     For any further information about the CJCC, please do not hesitate to contact us

    Temporary address:

    Pearl of Shmesani Building

    Abdalhameed Shoman Street

    Tel.:+962 6 5667996  Fax. : +962 6 5688112

    Mobile: +962 79 9675178

    E-mail: CJCC-Jo-Ca@outlook.com


  • 05 Jan 2015 3:11 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CanCham Bangladesh is organizing third Showcase Canada 2015 (Trade and Education Fair)  on 14-15 February 2015, in association with the High Commission of Canada in Bangladesh.  The event will take place at the Grand Ball Room, Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in Dhaka.

     The attached e-flyer on the fair will provide you with relevant information of the fair. The invitation from H.E High Commissioner of Canada in Bangladesh is also attached.

    e-flyer CanCham Bangladesh - showcase Canada 2015


  • 07 Nov 2014 4:27 PM | Anonymous member

    Innovation is universally recognised as being an essential component of economic, social and public growth among civilisations, and Life Sciences Queensland Ltd (LSQ) is working to bring together innovation leaders in the months, weeks and day leading up to the G20 Summit for the Innovation 20 (I-20).

    As an innovation advocate and an Industry Organisation representing those nearly 130 entities involved in, or supporting emerging life sciences firms; and in conjunction with the G20 Summit to be held in Brisbane in 2014, LSQ will host the I-20 event on November 14, 2014. 

    The event will take place at Brisbane City Hall and a full program is available online here: http://www.i-20.com.au/Program.aspx

    Members of the CACC are being offered the LSQ Member discount of almost 40% off the full price of registration. To utilise this discount please go to the link http://www.i-20.com.au/LinkClick.aspx?link=https%3a%2f%2fep.ozaccom.com.au%2fpublic%2fi20%2fwelcome.aspx&tabid=64&mid=382

    Then, when prompted at the top, input the code I20LSQMEM01. 

  • 04 Nov 2014 12:03 PM | Anonymous member

    Subclass 188 Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) Visa Review:

    On 14 October 2014, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection ('DIBP') announced a number of upcoming changes to the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) Visa ('Subclass 188 visa’).


    While the precise timing of these changes remains unannounced, they are scheduled to occur during the 2014-15 programme year.


    Yesterday’s announcement highlighted the below key changes:

    • Introduction of a new Premium Investor Visa (‘PIV’) stream to the Subclass 188 visa which will require an investment of AUD15 million into a complying investment and nomination by Austrade. Holders of the PIV will not have a residence requirement and will be eligible for permanent residence after maintaining the investment for 12 months.
    • A residency requirement of 180 days per year for secondary holders of the Subclass 188 visa under the Significant Investor stream.
    • Allowance of ‘role swapping’ between the primary and secondary applicants while holding a Significant Investor Stream visa in order to meet the residency requirements towards permanent residence. 
    • Introduction of Austrade as a nominator for the Significant Investor stream and also as policy controller in relation to the assessment of complying investments. 
    • A requirement that the complying investments remain unencumbered for the entire duration of the provisional Significant Investor visa.

    The DIBP has indicated that the changes relating to the Significant Investor visa will not apply to current holders of the visa or current applications processing with the Department.




    The Subclass 188 visa was introduced by the Australian Government in November 2012 in an effort to attract foreign investment into Australia. The Significant Investor stream was created within this subclass requiring a minimum investment of AUD5 million into a complying investment for four years. With minimal residence requirements and no points test, this has been an attractive option for high net worth individuals. Currently, the visa requires the primary applicant to be present in Australia for a minimum of 160 days (cumulatively) during the course of the four year visa term and to also maintain the investment in order to then qualify for permanent residence.

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