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Independent Contractor Agreement
This Independent Contractor Agreement (“Agreement”) is made and entered into by the
undersigned parties: NAME (known as the “Company”) and NAME (known as the “Contractor”).
In consideration of the promises, rights and obligations set forth below, the parties hereby agree
The term of this Agreement shall begin on DATE and continue until DATE, unless terminated
earlier as set forth in this Agreement. The term of this Agreement may be extended by mutual
agreement between the parties.
The Contractor will provide the following services:
Insert description of Services
The Contractor shall take direction from [Report] or as directed by Company’s Board of
Directors. Additional services or amendments to the services described above may be agreed
upon between the parties.
Subject to providing the services as outlined above, the Contractor will be paid the sum of $XX
per day/week/month/upon completion of the services, plus GST. The Company will be invoiced
weekly/biweekly/monthly/upon completion of the services, with payment due within XX business
days of receipt of the invoice.
The Contractor will provide the Contractor’s services to the Company as an independent
contractor and not as an employee.
• The Contractor agrees that the Company shall have no liability or responsibility for the
withholding, collection or payment of any taxes, employment insurance premiums or
Canada Pension Plan contributions on any amounts paid by the Company to the
Contractor or amounts paid by the Contractor to its employees or contractors. The
Contractor also agrees to indemnify the Company from any and all claims in respect to
the Company’s failure to withhold and/or remit any taxes, employment insurance
premiums or Canada Pension Plan contributions.
• The Contractor agrees that as an independent contractor, the Contractor will not be
qualified to participate in or to receive any employee benefits that the Company may
extend to its employees.
• The Contractor is free to provide services to other clients, so long as such other clients
are not in competition with the Company and so long as there is no interference with the
Contractor’s contractual obligations to the Company.