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.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer promised this week to revive three failed tax credits from former Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s heydays.
Governments around the world lose over US$600 billion in tax revenues every year from international corporate tax dodging – and many billions more from use of tax havens by wealthy individuals.
With the federal election officially called, Canadians for Tax Fairness this week launched its campaign for progressive tax policies.
They’re expensive, ineffective and unfair. Closing Canada’s regressive tax loopholes should be the top priority for tax reform.
Canadians can weigh in on the government’s proposed changes to one of the most egregious and expensive tax loopholes – the stock option deduction.
Evidence that corporate tax cuts do not lead to increased investment keeps piling up.