Canada's anemic economic growth is a result, in large part, of self-inflicted wounds.
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An interview with Dennis Howlett of Canadians for Tax Fairness and contributor to "The Great Revenue Robbery: How to Stop the Tax Cut Scam and Save Canada," edited by Richard Swift.
The New Brunswick government is the latest provincial government to reverse the corporate tax cuts that the federal Conservative government had pressed provinces to make.
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The BC government has done the obvious things that had to be done to deal with their budget deficit. Taxes had to be raised.
The growing use of tax havens is costing Canadians an estimated $7.8 billion annually, the executive director of Canadians for Tax Fairness has told a Parliamentary committee studying the issue.
The idea that wealthy people should pay a much higher percentage of their income in tax sounds pretty radical these days. But a new report says it’s an important way to make taxes more fair.
One of the major topics of discussion at the annual gathering of the Union of BC Municipalities has been the taxes local governments collect to provide their services.
There is growing anger and resentment that international banks and large corporations haven't paid enough to fix the global financial crisis.
Tax havens allow rich individuals, Canadian banks and resource companies to avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes each year.