Taxpayers like you and me will be padding the bottom line of already profitable multinational corporations.
Canada is not immune to sophisticated, multi-billion-dollar global schemes that involve money laundering and hidden assets.
Tax avoidance: a guide to how the wealthy hide their wealth from the government.
As Prime Minister Harper heads to Russia, we have to ask: will tomorrow's G20 Summit make any progress reforming the way multinational corporations are taxed?
We need to restore the fiscal capacity of the state to create Social Democracy. In the current context, calls for “tax relief” of any kind, even if ostensibly from the Left - are dangerous and wrong.
It has recently been reported that the University of Alberta wants to "reopen two-year collective agreements" with faculty and staff "to help the university balance its budget."
Japanese multinational corporations are prevented quite effectively from the use of tax havens by having a very simple law which was first enacted in the late 70's.
The world’s largest non-governmental organizations, labour and faith groups are “putting world leaders on notice – members of civil society are uniting for tax justice everywhere.”
On April 30, 2013, CCPA Senior Economist Armine Yalnizyan testified to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance as part of the committee’s study of income inequality.
There is a nice little story tucked into the pages of Canada's Economic Action Plan 2013. It's a sweet tale of Thomas and Colleen and their two children.