Pressure is mounting on governments to ensure COVID-19 funding doesn’t go to companies that exploit tax havens or use public funds to pad their profits.
Emergency measures to deal with the economic fallout from Covid-19 will push this year’s deficit toward $200 billion, almost four times the previous record and by far the largest in Canada’s history.
The federal government's additional economic and income bridging measures will go a long way to quickly help workers and employers deal with the economic fall-out from the COVID-19 crisis.
The federal government should make significant investments now to help Canadians weather an unprecedented health and economic crisis, according to this year’s Alternative Federal Budget.
Despite introducing measures to advance gender equality, the federal government’s actions have only gone so far. Canada still has one of the largest gender wage gaps of all OECD countries.
A new tax on top incomes was among the highlights of B.C.’s 2020-21 budget, unveiled this week.
“Tax my wealth.” That’s the message coming from an organization of young Canadians who want to use their class privilege to improve equality across the globe.
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) annual CEO pay report reveals that a disturbing number of Canadian corporations now pay their top five executives more than they pay in corporate income tax.
Canadians for Tax Fairness stands with the Global Alliance for Tax Justice and other civil society organizations calling for economic, social and environmental justice in the extractive industry.