Canada's gross domestic product growth remained unchanged in November at 0.1% as tightened monetary policies continued to slow the economy.
With a possible recession looming in 2023, 2022 was an interesting year for talent and the technology sector.
The government released draft legislation to amend and expand the service foreign accrual property income rule thus providing welcome relief to taxpayers.
Business services firms face challenges in lowering operating costs—especially labor costs.
The Tax Court of Canada released a decision on director liability for unpaid GST and payroll taxes of a corporation.
Law firms are still struggling with the tight labor market and the high cost of labor.
While the Canadian economy may avoid a recession next year, we expect growth will slow below 1% over the next few quarters, well below its long-term capacity.
November's headline consumer price index in Canada dropped to a 6.8% increase from 6.9% on a year-ago basis, remaining significantly above the 2% target rate.
How private equity firms approach governance to drive value and returns and what boards and management teams at PE-owned companies can expect.
Tightening financial conditions are hurting the Canadian economy to the point where the rising risk of a recession and a housing contraction much larger than anticipated cannot be discounted.
Environmental, social, and governance is now a key success factor for many companies. Learn more about ESG’s potential issues, risks, and opportunities.
The energy price landscape affects manufacturers on multiple fronts, from strategy development to protecting margins to supply chain and ESG considerations.