Cybersecurity and digital transformation
Cybersecurity is emerging as one of the biggest barriers to digital transformation. How can companies best bridge this gap?
Bill C-208: The saga continues…
Bill C-208 has received Royal Assent and is now law, but legislative amendments are expected to support only bona fide business transitions.
Canadian government initiatives support electric vehicle landscape
Automotive brands have unleashed a flood of announcements over the last nine months about their intentions to become fully EV manufacturers.
Manufacturing is leading Canada’s economy out of recession, though domestic and global challenges remain, new report shows
Latest report shows that Canada’s housing market accounted for two-thirds of economic growth in first quarter, with demand likely to continue
Data management and digital transformation for not-for-profits
Data management and digital transformation may not immediately appear relevant as a strategy for not-for-profit organizations (NPOs).
The Real Economy, Canada: Summer 2021
The summer 2021 edition looks at Canada’s trade conundrum and efforts to diversify its trading partners to become less reliant on the U.S.
Making cybersecurity part of your company’s DNA
What are the questions you need to ask about your private equity investments to determine how much cybersecurity is “enough?”
Private equity as a force for ESG value-creation
For Adam Blumenthal, founder of private equity firm Blue Wolf Capital Partners, ESG investing is part of his firm’s DNA. Watch to learn.
Canada government initiatives support electric vehicle landscape
Here are some potential opportunities automotive suppliers should be considering today given investment in the electric vehicle space.
Will Bill C-208 reduce tax on inter-generational business transfers?
Bill C-208 proposes changes to the tax treatment of inter-generational transfers of farm, fishing and small business corporations.
Global Minimum Tax Agreement reached by G7
Building off OECD’s Pillars One and Two, the G7 leaders agreed to global tax reform measures targeting large international companies.
Canada’s 2021 budget: Impact on the consumer products industry
The Federal Budget announced new, and extensions to existing, economic recovery measures for businesses in the consumer products industry.
Is CRA implementing a new authorization policy?
Do you need to speak to CRA on behalf of corporation? CRA appears to be implementing a new requirement for level 3 authorization.
Earnouts and payments to nonresidents of Canada
Earnouts can bridge a valuation gap between vendor and purchaser, but the tax consequences can vary depending on the vendor’s residence.
Travel restrictions may create provincial permanent establishments
While the CRA released its guidance on international income tax issues, provincial PEs might pose a problem for employees and partnerships.
T1134: An overdue update on foreign affiliate information reporting
Beginning in 2021, foreign affiliates will face substantial additional reporting requirements with the long-overdue revisions to form T1134.
5 ways not-for-profits can stay agile
To stay nimble, not-for-profit organizations should examine these five areas to enhance their ability to adapt to change.
2021 Power Your Education Canada Scholarship Winners
Our inagural Power Your Education Canada Scholarship is helping four deserving students succeed in school and beyond.
Will you be able to file your taxes on time this year?
The pandemic continues and CRA has refused to provide an extension to the April 30 deadline. What should you do if you cannot file on time?