Tax Avoidance: first Facebook, then Starbucks, now it's Cirque du Soleil
By Dennis Howlett, C4TF Executive Director
Ottawa - Sept. 17, 2012: I was invited to speak at an Occupy rally today on Parliament Hill on the one year anniversary of the beginning for the Occupy movement.
The Canadian campaign for a Financial Transaction Tax - fondly known as the Robin Hood Tax - has made it to the pages of Atlantic Business Magazine.
Nearly a quarter of all Canadian overseas investment dollars end up in tax havens. Those latest Statistics Canada figures are considered low because no
Canada’s Parliamentary Budget Officer(PBO)has done the math and found that the federal government collected $8 billion in user fees in the 2010-11 fiscal year. Those calculations can be found in a
Is there anyone out there who was surprised that the Royal Bank and TD Bank have reported one of their most profitable quarters ever?
The lengths that some corporations will go to avoid paying tax is mind-boggling.
By Peter Gillespie
Until recently, tax policy has been the exclusive domain of experts. This is changing, however, as citizen's groups around the world have begun to research and advocate on tax matters.