Over 1,000 people take to the street to speak out for fair taxes everywhere at Public Services International.
Social impact bonds dramatically change who is being served by the government: from those who need a helping hand to the shareholders of a bank.
Well, well, another misinformed tax freedom day has come and gone on June 12. To mark the occasion this year, I took a look at several items that Canadians are "free of" at various points.
It's time to start having the conversation about what our taxes contribute to a healthy society. Taxes, they're the gift we give each other.
Most British Columbians would agree that everyone should pay their fair share of taxes.
This year, once again, I'll celebrate my birthday as Canadians file their tax returns. As maligned as the whole process is, I actually don't get all angst-y about paying my taxes.
This month, the Hennessy Index examines Canada's tax system and the role of income, sales, corporate, property and other taxes in our economy.
The Green Party sets out modest proposals for a "green scissors" approach to cutting the deficit. On Thursday we will get Jim Flaherty's budget, of another colour.
The CCPA's 2012 Alternative Federal Budget boldly proposes an inheritance tax, a carbon tax, eliminating the capital gains tax benefit and many social and job-creating investments.
Americans asked to build their ideal system of wealth distribution chose something that looks very different than the United States. They built a system that looks a lot more like Sweden.