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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.
Ontario Senator Vern White, a former police chief, has written the Senate Ethics Officer asking for an investigation into the offshore holdings of one of his Senate colleagues.
Canadian money stashed in the top 12 global tax havens has topped $170 Billion. This amounts to a quarter of all Canadian money going abroad.
Canadian money in tax havens is at an all time high, $160 billion at last count, and growing. That's not likely to change if we follow the Federal Finance Committee Report on Tax Havens.
Canada's anemic economic growth is a result, in large part, of self-inflicted wounds.
The New Brunswick government is the latest provincial government to reverse the corporate tax cuts that the federal Conservative government had pressed provinces to make.
The House of Commons Finance Committee investigating the impact of tax havens on Canada’s economy should immediately call Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page to produce a report on lost revenues.
The BC government has done the obvious things that had to be done to deal with their budget deficit. Taxes had to be raised.
The growing use of tax havens is costing Canadians an estimated $7.8 billion annually, the executive director of Canadians for Tax Fairness has told a Parliamentary committee studying the issue.
For years, multinationals have publicly complained that getting rid of tax havens would lead to "double taxation." Only activists were talking about the bigger problem of "double non-taxation."