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  • BC billionaires use of KPMG offshore tax scheme exposed

    By on August 28, 2019

    B.C. billionaire brothers’ use of KPMG offshore tax scheme exposed in emails Authors: Harvey Cashore, Frédéric Zalac Source: CBC News The Chan family is one of the wealthiest in British Columbia and is known for donating millions to philanthropic causes. Led by billionaire brothers Caleb and Tom Chan, the family donated $40 million this year to a Vancouver Art Gallery relocation...

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  • Canadians SB proud of their energy industry

    By on August 8, 2019

    Group releases video reinforcing all Canadians should be proud of their energy industry Source: BOEReport.com Author: BOE Report Staff A group called Proud To Be Canadian took a page out of Oklahoma’s book and released an inspiring pro-Canadian energy video.

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  • Taxed green tomatoes

    By on August 6, 2019

    Taxed green tomatoes Source: Toronto Sun Author: Pierre Poilievre Tomato farmer Bob Mitchell, owner of Ottawa-based SunTech Greenhouses, is more concerned with practice. He releases CO2 into his greenhouse to encourage better production. The federal government charges carbon tax on that CO2 even though none goes into the atmosphere. That tax — along with the McGuinty-Wynne government’s decision to double...

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  • American Money Behind The Anti-Pipeline Fight

    By on July 17, 2019

    CBC Reports: The American Money Behind The Anti-Pipeline Fight Source: RETHINK CAMPAIGNS Author: Vivian Krause For a draft of the original strategy for The Tar Sands Campaign, click here. For more from CorporateEthics, one of the organizers of The Tar Sands Campaign, click here. To see pages of U.S. tax returns showing more than 400 payments to more than 100 groups involved in...

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  • [Video] OK Oil & Gas

    By on July 10, 2019

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  • Krause questions Trudeau’s charity law changes

    By on July 5, 2019

    Corbella: Krause questions why Trudeau changed charity laws for activists Source: Calgary Herald Author: Licia Corbella Why did Prime Minister Justin Trudeau order his revenue minister to stop the Canada Revenue Agency from auditing politically active charities? Was it to protect his best friend and former principal secretary, Gerald Butts? Those are just two of the many questions asked by...

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  • [GoFundMe] Fair Questions Documentary Film

    By on June 19, 2019

    Fair Questions Documentary Film Source: GoFundMe Funds needed by June 30, 2019. Who will benefit?  Everyone who is concerned about the impacts of our use of fossil fuels and wants to know  who funds anti-pipeline activism, and why. Use of funds: To pay costs of producing a documentary film. Funds will go to the team who will produce...

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  • City of Calgary – Room For Improvement

    By on June 12, 2019

    CITY OF CALGARY – LOTS OF ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT Source: Taxpayer.com Author: Colin Craig During the recent recession, countless Calgarians struggled with pay cuts and job losses. It was a very difficult time for many families and businesses… in fact, many are still not quite back on their feet. At city hall, however, we saw a completely different story –...

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  • Canadian Economic Competitiveness Falls To Lowest Spot Ever

    By on June 4, 2019

    World’s Most Competitive Economies: Canada Falls To Lowest Spot Ever In Rankings Source: Yahoo Finance Author: Daniel Tencer MONTREAL — Canada has fallen out of the top 10 in a ranking of the world’s most competitive economies, a sign that Canadians may have a harder time succeeding financially in the coming years. The 2019 edition of the IMD World Competitiveness Ranking places...

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  • CRA signs settlement with wealthy involved in offshore tax scheme

    By on May 31, 2019

    CRA signs secret settlement with wealthy KPMG clients involved in offshore tax scheme Source: CBC News Author: Harvey Cashore The Canada Revenue Agency has once again made a secret out-of-court settlement with wealthy KPMG clients caught using what the CRA itself had alleged was a “grossly negligent” offshore “sham” set up to avoid detection by tax authorities, CBC’s The Fifth Estate and Radio-Canada’s Enquête have learned. This, despite...

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