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Morneau mars talk of tech tax support with tetchy remarks in Waterloo

As Andrew Scheer meets with Waterloo business owners, Morneau bristles at media questions
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Embattled Morneau backtracks on personal assets, business capital gains

Finance Minister Morneau to put assets in a blind trust, backtracks on capital gains
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Finance Minister Morneau announces changes to passive investment rules

Latest round of tax changes unlikely to impress or affect most Canadians
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Deloitte, Fairfax hire former GG David Johnston as advisor on same day

Harper-era Governor General who retired on October 2 will be based in Ottawa
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Trudeau tries to re-set national tax proposals with small business tax cut

Stouffville event leaves tax experts wondering how govt will make up for lost revenue
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Canadian accountants await Morneau tax message on Monday morning

Latest Angus Reid poll shows disappointment with Liberals, support for tax proposals
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High price of land why farmers fighting Morneau tax proposals

Chartered Professional Accountant Fred Mertz of Calgary, Alberta says succession planning is key to the family farm
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Editorial: Why Canadian accountants are furious with Bill Morneau and the Liberals

That boiling sound you hear is what you get when you toss in a few common complaints and turn up the heat
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Morneau tax talk ends. What will the Liberals do next?

The 75-day consultation period is over. How will Finance Minister Bill Morneau change his tax proposals?
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Why CFOs should worry about rising U.S. protectionism

How the Bombardier countervailing duty could affect continental supply chains and procurement across North America
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Canadian manufacturers nervous after 3rd round of NAFTA negotiations

Chartered Professional Accountants in Canadian manufacturing sector see labour, supply chain disruption
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Should accountants feel threatened by NAFTA negotiations?

The TN non-immigrant visa has expedited cross-border work for CPAs on both sides of the border. Could Donald Trump hold it hostage?
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DH Corp buyout a home run hitter in global fintech funding

Toronto-based company’s buyout skews results of KPMG Pulse of Fintech report
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Proposed U.S. tax reform: clarifying the options

With proposed U.S. tax reform looming, we look at the options and their ramifications for Canadian business
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Proposed U.S. tax reform could have major impact on Canada

As the Trump administration prepares to release its NAFTA negotiating objectives, proposed U.S. tax reforms looms as an equal threat to Canada
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Another Great Year? How one MD&A levelled Home Capital

Class-action lawsuit naming two CPAs slated to be settled by Home Capital
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Canada signs historic OECD international tax treaty

Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent Base Erosion and Profit Shifting ratified
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The Top 10 wealthiest CPAs

Welcome to the first-ever annual list of the Top 10 Wealthiest CPAs in Canada. Some of the richest Canadians are accountants who used their financial skills to build brand name business empires
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Part Three: Pensions, planes & profits (profitability)

CFO of the Year Michael Rousseau discusses the procurement strategies behind Air Canada's profitability
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Part Two: Pensions, planes & profits (the EETC market)

In the second of a three-part series, CFO of the Year Michael Rousseau details the financial strategy behind the national airline's rebound
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Part One: Pensions, planes & profits (pension deficits)

In the first of a three part-series, CFO of the Year Michael Rousseau, CPA, CA, shares the management strategies that has Air Canada soaring once again
Profiles

How I built my business: Erica Willick of Sisters in Shape

Erica Willick, CPA, CA, founded the online personal training business, Sisters in Shape, and fitness magazine, Gorgo