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Murray Dobbin | At a time when more and more attention is being paid to off-shore tax havens and the billions we lose to them, Canada needs to make an example of this irresponsible corporate "citizen."
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Karl Nerenberg | The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives' annual Alternative Federal Budget deserves more attention than ever, now that we have a government that has affinity for at least some of its ideas.
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Karl Nerenberg | While we fret about taxpayers footing the bill for underpaid nannies, a new study shows that deep corporate cuts have not created any jobs or growth. Now that's a real scandal.
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Duncan Cameron | Citizens will pay attention to a leader who wants to defend them against high gas and fuel oil prices, corporate tax cheats, and banks with a hand in their pocketbooks.
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Hugh Mackenzie | What a surprise! The NDP makes a proposal for a very modest increase in corporate tax rates and defenders of all things corporate in Canada turn on their scary corporate tax number-generating machine.
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Nora Loreto | Debunking the claim that the NDP's platform will eliminate 250,000 jobs.
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Paul Weinberg | None of the major political parties are addressing income inequality head-on in their platforms. With economic growth decreasing and the wage gap increasing, we need to talk about Canada's economy.
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Gerry Caplan | Under the capitalist system, the rich always get richer. And not necessarily through any effort on their part.
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Hugh Mackenzie | Recently, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business received some media attention for their report on the relationship between residential and business property taxes in Ontario.
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Linda McQuaig | The truth is that the Burger King-Tim Hortons deal is just a paper transaction that, apart from enriching stockholders, will likely provide zero benefit for Canada, in job creation or revenue.
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David Macdonald | The loss of U.S. taxes from Burger King is Canada's benefit right? Turns out, not so much. Canada will see none of that money and essentially gains nothing from this deal.
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David Macdonald | For the first time ever, corporate Canada is hoarding more cash than the national debt.