The Trudeau government eliminated a number of tax credits, thereby increasing income taxes for some Canadians.
Like today, timber, lumber and dairy were commodities of interest in trade negotiations in the nineteenth century.
Economic growth expected to moderate dramatically starting next year.
B.C.’s climate change programs violate sound economic reasoning.
President Trump seems to be taking a 1930s-style beggar-thy-neighbour approach to trade.
Morneau raised the top personal income tax rate from 29 to 33 per cent.
From 2015 to 2017, Canada ranked second lowest among 17 comparable countries in annual investment as a percentage of GDP.
When federal and provincial/local revenue shares are combined, the tax revenue-to-GDP ratio is close to 40 per cent.
Canadian taxpayers should expect increases—not decreases—to their fiscal burden.
Business owners must spend significant amounts of money on accountants and lawyers to navigate the tax code.