Quick. Can you name Canada's Minister of National Revenue? We thought so.
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Canadians for Fair Taxation promotes a progressive tax system, based on ability to pay, to fund the public services and programs required to meet our social, economic and environmental needs.
Education. Infrastructure. Health. It takes money to run a province. And most provinces are desperate to find more of it. So what about the tax havens?
Everyone has his or her own idea of how to be bold when it comes to taxes. Here’s ours: make broad, innovative changes to increase taxes and make them more progressive.
Tax avoidance has become an accepted part of doing business for corporations the world over. How can we stop it?
Thomas Piketty's "Capital in the 21st Century" has been hailed as a book that changes everything -- from how we understand the economy and growing inequality, to the role of taxes.
Canadian money stashed in offshore tax havens hit $170 billion in 2013. The government can’t be outmaneuvered by corporations and the very rich looking to get even richer at the expense of the rest.
It looks like $35 million and 192 inspectors are on the chopping block according to documents posted by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and major media reports.
Canada's wealthiest CEOs don't have to pay tax on 50 per cent of income received from cashing in company stock that they have received as part of their compensation.
How many tax dollars are missing? The troubling answer is that the Harper government has absolutely no idea. Worse, it is thwarting those who want to find out.
The tax system has morphed into an unwieldy mess of loopholes that are ineffective except for helping very wealthy people avoid paying taxes.