COVID-19: One year later, Florida offers an illuminating case study of what might have been here in Quebec and across Canada.
The 2020 tax year will undoubtedly be one of the most complicated in history, with tax preparers “bracing for a tsunami of complex returns and taxpayer anxiety.”
Recently, we learned that over 3,000 public contracts totalling almost $2 billion were awarded by the Quebec government without calls for tenders.
After Huffington Post’s recent purchase by US-based Buzzfeed, Huffington Post Canada and Huffington Post Quebec blindsided employees with mass layoffs in a cost-cutting move.
Recently, Google announced a 2% increase in its advertising rates in France, following the introduction of a “GAFA tax” targeting several multinational digital corporations.
With governments looking for ways to maybe balance their budgets, some political parties, both provincial and federal, have dug up the not-so-unfamiliar idea of a wealth tax.
On February 11, 2021, the Trudeau government approved the purchase of Air Transat by Air Canada. Should consumers be worried about potential price hikes?
Even though movie theatres will be reopening as of February 26 in Quebec, allowing them to offer food and drinks to their customers is apparently too risky.
In anticipation of the 2021-2022 federal budget, the New Democratic Party of Canada is proposing a tax on large fortunes.
Our health professionals are doing their best, but Canada’s capacity problems are structural, and need structural solutions.