Expensive and ineffective loopholes have made Canada’s tax system more complicated and less fair.
In our final countdown of the top tax fairness measures this election, we look at the steps Canada can take to ensure online multinationals pay their fair share.
The federal government has allowed some of the largest corporations in the world—Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple and other digital and e-commerce giants—to get away with paying very little
From sophisticated offshore tax dodging schemes and complex tax loopholes to successive corporate and income tax cuts, our broken tax system has contributed to inequality instead of fixing it.
As wages fail to keep pace with rising costs of living, most Canadians find it harder to get by. But for the top 1 percent, incomes have been on the rise for years
Canadians for Tax Fairness supports the climate strikes, demanding the federal government use every fiscal policy tool available to scale up efforts against climate change.
The world is burning. We’re going to cook ourselves and the rest of the planet unless we take urgent action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change.