Canada’s unemployment rate falls amid a chronic worker shortage
Canada added 15,000 jobs in April and the unemployment rate fell slightly to 5.2% as the job market remained heated, according to data released by Statistics…
Canada’s economy continues to show resilient growth
As the number of COVID-19 cases dropped and public health restrictions eased, Canada’s economy grew 1.1% in February, its largest increase in a year and a sign…
Canada’s supply chain takes a downturn as fuel prices climb
The RSM Canada Supply Chain Index dropped to 2.25 standard deviations below normal in March, a slight downturn from February.
The Real Economy, Canada: Spring 2022 Webcast
Join RSM Canada’s economists, Tu Nguyen and Alex Kotsopoulos, as they provide insights on the current state of the Canadian middle market.
A collaborative approach to Frontline’s business transformation
Frontline’s business transformation included moving their renewals process from NetSuite to CPQ, integrating Salesforce’s configure, price and quote software; and implementing a data warehouse.
Canada’s inflation hits 6.7% as the global oil shock sets in
Inflation in Canada hit 6.7% in March, up from 5.7% in February and the largest year-over-year increase since January 1991.
5 key business issues restaurants are facing
Business issues and challenges for restaurants range from maintaining agile business operations to addressing a tight labor market.
5 key issues and challenges fashion and apparel businesses continue to face
Business issues and challenges fashion and apparel companies are addressing such as supply chain challenges, shifting in consumer spending and growing importance of social responsibility.
Bank of Canada raises rates by a half percentage point
In an effort to target inflation that is at its highest level in decades, the Bank of Canada on Wednesday increased its policy interest rate by 50 basis points…
TMT Startups: What Investors are Looking for in Your Finances
Young tech companies should understand the key financial metrics startup investors are looking for.
Layers of withholding tax on non-resident redemption of shares
Multiple layers of withholding tax may apply on redemption of shares that constitute Taxable Canadian Property or Taxable Quebec Property
2022 Canada Federal Budget: Detailed commentary
The budget is based on three pillars: (i) investing in people by increasing the housing supply and establishing affordable child care, (ii) facilitating a transition to a green economy to fight climate change, and (iii) incentivizing and supporting Canadian production and innovation.
OECD releases new Transfer Pricing Guidelines
The OECD released the 2022 Transfer Pricing Guidelines reiterating its commitment to combat base erosion and profit shifting.
10 steps to reduce the impact of cyberattacks
No organization is immune to suffering a cybersecurity breach. Learn 10 key steps to reduce sophisticated cyberattacks on your business.
New trust reporting on hold but beware of not filing
With filing season upon us, the CRA clarified the new trust reporting rules will not be in force for the 2021 taxation year.
Global minimum tax is taking shape
The OECD released its model to implement a coordinated international tax system in which MNEs will be subject to a 15% global minimum tax.
Are you ready for Canada’s Digital Services Tax?
The federal government released the draft Digital Services Tax Act proposing a 3% tax on revenue earned from certain digital services.
Alta Energy: SCC confirms GAAR not applicable to treaty shopping
The determination of the object, spirit and purpose of a provision cannot ignore the text of the provision in favour of a broader purpose.
Key considerations for closing the Canadian infrastructure gap
Closing the infrastructure gap in Canada will require a focus on projects and programs that are holistic, innovative and future looking