The 776 job cuts at Environment Canada are political decisions which impede public services while directing resources to corporations.
Canadians for Tax Fairness, a new national advocacy group, says the majority has spoken and further corporate tax cuts should be scrapped.
A new CCPA study examines historical data on business investment and cash and finds no evidence in the historical data that lower taxes have have directly stimulated more investment.
A large majority of Canadians support increasing the taxes paid by banks and the finance industry says a new poll
There's very little evidence these tax cuts will lead to more jobs. In fact, they come with no strings attached so companies that eliminate jobs are actually rewarded.
Jack Layton is by far the most popular federal leader -- but his party is not trusted. He must know Canadians hunger for honest engagement about what is possible and what the price of this would be.
Much of the Canadian left has been supportive of the anti-HST campaign on the grounds that consumption taxes are regressive -- but they might want to rethink that.
Okay, tax is not the sexiest subject ever. But I learned some pretty worrisome stuff at the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) press conference at the G20 media centre.
'Politicians all profess to want to hear it from the kitchen table. Well here it is.'
As grassroots NGOs get their lobbying smarts in gear for the June 20 G20 Summit, a hefty number from around the world will be focusing on the so-called Robin Hood tax.