Podcast
Meagan Perry, Matthew Adams | Necessities. We take a look at what some are calling the tax cut scam, we explore the need for climate justice and how to get there, we examine the role of inequality, and yes, the love of hockey.
Podcast
Matthew Adams | 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.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | 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.
Blog
UBCM keynote address. Photo: BC Gov Photos/Flickr
Keith Reynolds | 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.
Blog
Gerry Caplan | It is satisfying that the world-wide campaign to reduce inequality by increasing taxation on the rich can finally record one success, right here in Ontario.
News
Karl Nerenberg | 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.
News
Âpihtawikosisân | Time to focus on the factual aspects of First Nations taxation more than the philosophical discussions of 'who should be taxed' and 'where should my taxes go.' The truth will surprise many.
Blog
Toby Sanger | Following concern expressed by the IMF, the Conference Board and thousands of protesters around the world, the OECD has just released an extensive 400-page report on the problem of growing inequality.
Podcast
Matthew Adams, Stephen Benedetti | Did you know 50 per cent of Americans don't pay tax? Neither do we, because despite what right-wing talking heads say, it isn't true. In fact, a lot of tax talk is misdirection.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | 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.
News
Matt Fodor | 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.
Columnists
Alice Klein | 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.