Thought Leadership

Aon provides Canadian human resource leaders with timely information on key trends, emerging issues, and legislative changes in the group benefits space.

Latest H&B Thought Leadership

Featured Publication

Canadian Benefits Guide 2018

Overview of government benefit programs and core legislation relevant to group benefit plan sponsors.

Privately-sponsored employee benefits may supplement and/or complement available government benefits. This year'’'s Canadian Benefits Guide spotlights key program elements, contribution requirements, or tax provisions of particular interest to group insurance plan sponsors.

For more information on how the material in this document applies to your employee benefit programs, please contact your Aon consultant or send a note to Aon's Health and Benefits Practice.

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Rapid Response Surveys

Find out what employers are thinking about trends in group insurance and employee benefits. Leverage Aon insight to ensure programs reflect market needs and contribute to an engaged and competitive workforce.

Recent Rapid Response Surveys
Workplace Mental Health Survey Report: connecting business risk and strategy
Family Leaves Survey Report: employer top-up practices
Voluntary Benefits Survey Report: the evolution of total rewards
Pharmacare in Canada Survey Report: the employer perspective
Delayed Retirement Survey Report: employee benefits and the over-65 workforce


Information Bulletins

Learn more about legislative and industry changes that affect group insurance and employee benefits practices. Aon's unique perspective tackles basic compliance requirements and identifies opportunities for strategic benefits plan improvement.

Recent Information Bulletins
Medical Cannabis - Making the Group Benefit Coverage Decision
Generic Drug Pricing: expansion of generic drug pricing agreement good news for private drug plan sponsors
Federal Budget 2018
Overhaul of Québec labour standards
Federal Budget 2018: policy direction influences parental benefit and drug strategy
British Columbia Budget 2018: MSP Premiums Eliminated - Employer Health Tax Introduced
In the Weeds: Should my benefits plan cover medical cannabis?
Leaves of Absence: growing volume and complexity
OHIP+ to Provide Youth with Pharmacare Coverage
British Columbia Medical Services Plan Premiums Reduced by 50% Effective January 1, 2018
Saskatchewan Provincial Sales Tax Extended to Insurance Premiums
Changes in Quebec Prescription Drug Insurance Parameters Effective July 1, 2017