Ontario Court holds that a recent former auditor cannot act as CCAA Monitor in the absence of extenuating circumstances
David Bish and Mike Noel of Torys LLP on circumstances that would cause a court to exercise its discretion to appoint a former auditor as Monitor
Accounting for the Greenbelt giveaway: Auditor General report proves Doug Ford gave Ontarians no value for their money
Ford has disparaged Bonnie Lysyk, FCPA, FCA, whose decade-long tenure has come full circle with a special report on a deal that favoured developers
Alberta: Why we need to rewrite the script on corporate taxes
Corporate tax cuts did not save jobs in Alberta and wealthy people do not choose where to live based on taxes, says economics professor Junaid B. Jahangir
Will Danielle Smith veer back to the right and towards Alberta separatism?
The taxation and economic issues to watch for in the coming months from a newly elected majority government in Alberta, according to Robert L. (Bob) Ascah
Despite soaring profits, oil companies are not paying enough for their environmental damage
Oilsands producers are spending their windfall on buybacks and debt reduction rather than reinvestment, with implications for Alberta economy, taxation
A provincial sales tax is the solution to Alberta’s fiscal roller-coaster
The Alberta tax advantage is really an acceptance of the boom and bust cycle
5 tips arising from Ontario Divisional Court's denial of property tax exemption for lands owned by places of worship
David Tang and Jesse White of Miller Thomson on judicial treatment of satellite sites in a recent Ontario court property tax decision
Contesting a will in Ontario: Canadian tax lawyer guide
Provincial legislations are carefully crafted to include provisions that infringe upon and restrict an individual's testamentary freedom, says tax lawyer and accountant David J Rotfleisch
Canada should embrace Québec’s simple incorporation system for small businesses
Québec has done little to publicize a regime that other provinces should follow
From Lysyk to Ford: An accountant’s constructive criticism on COVID-19
The Auditor General’s report gave Ford both positive and negative feedback
Has Doug Ford learned from the COVID-19 criticism of Ontario’s Auditor General?
Bonnie Lysyk was critical of Ontario’s pandemic response. Was it warranted?
MNP builds business in Kingston, Ont. with local merger
National accounting firm continues to Eastern expansion
‘New and improved’ Doug Ford doesn’t extend to the environment
Ontario Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk critical of Ford's environmental strategy
An accountant’s guide to property tax assessments across Canada
There are key differences in provincial approaches to appeals
When an accountant’s client is paying too much property tax
The next step may be an appeal … or no step at all
Ontario accounting firm launches formal affiliation with legal practices
Baker Tilly Trillium, PMHS Law and Ingenuity Counsel to function jointly
Why accountants should question property tax assessments
Are your clients leaving money on the table?
CPA Fraud Blotter: Robbing Peter to pay Paul's iPads?
A roundup of recent fraud cases involving Canadian accountants
Why an Ontario tax credit for child care is a bad idea
Doug Ford's tax-rebate child care plan does not add up
MNP LLP builds SW Ontario accounting business with farm firm
National firm merges Parkhill practice
The Samaroo Case: CRA slapped for malicious prosecution by BC Supreme Court
It's not unusual for immigrants to avoid banks, even stashing $100 bills. The onus was on the CRA to prove its case. It failed.
MNP, BDO, Grant Thornton announce accounting firm mergers
Update: 2018 M&A activity off to a big start as consolidation continues in public practice