corporate taxes

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Government services faltering despite Ottawa’s tax hikes

Since 2015, the number of employees at the Canada Revenue Agency increased from around 40,000 to almost 60,000.

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Ottawa’s ‘buyback’ tax will likely hurt Canada’s economy

Due to the new tax, financial capital will be used less efficiently and productivity will suffer.

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Canada should reject international corporate tax rate

The evidence suggests that workers pay more than half of any corporate tax.

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Global corporate tax cartel would be good for politicians, bad for workers

The Biden administration plans to increase the U.S. federal corporate tax rate from 21 per cent to 28 per cent.

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Kenney corporate tax cuts aren’t just a ‘handout to the rich’

Alberta's corporate income tax rate will drop from 10 per cent to 8 per cent.

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Ontario should follow Alberta’s lead on corporate taxes

Corporate income tax reductions benefit people throughout the economic spectrum, not just the affluent.

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Canada needs meaningful tax reform to compete with U.S. in oil and gas

The U.S. federal corporate income tax rate dropped by 14 points to 21 per cent.