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.
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.
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.
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.
Commercial real estate GST/HST and QST audit issues
A review of the GST/HST and QST compliance issues related to commercial and mixed-use properties with a residential component.
Bank of Canada to remain accommodative
The Bank of Canada is maintaining its overnight target rate of 25% and will retain its current policy of accommodation till its necessary.
Transporting oil by railcar to increase through 2021
We expect crude-by-rail exports for 2021 to continue rebounding as crude production increases and export pipeline capacity remains limited.
How the pandemic has hurt the finances of municipalities
The pandemic has significantly hurt the finances of cities and towns in Canada with costs rising and revenues plummeting.
Closing the output gap with a little help from our friends
While the U.S. economy is expected to exceed its pre-pandemic projection by 0.2% this year, Canada is expected to undershoot by 3.2%.
Rail deal is a sign of increasing North American economic integration
By creating the first railroad network among Canada, Mexico and the U.S., the deal promises to connect manufacturing and agricultural nodes.
How digital forensics preserves data and assists receivers and lenders
To help with insolvency, banks or the receivers should look to digital forensics to gather evidence, build their case and maximize recovery.
As the U.S. economy goes, so goes Canada’s
Perhaps no measure will have a greater impact on the Canadian economy than the Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion stimulus package.
5 business trends for food and beverage companies in 2021
What are the top trends for food and beverage businesses? From consumer preferences to M&A and rising costs, there’s much to chew on.
Access to capital remains abundant for the technology sector
From booming venture capital to the increasing popularity of SPACs, we don’t expect tech investment to cool off anytime soon.
What business owners need to know about value before selling
Learn how to view the value of your business through the eyes of a buyer and what you can do today to plan for a successful transaction.
10 mistakes business owners make when thinking about whether to exit
Alleviate the stress of your business sale or transition by addressing 10 key missteps many business owners make.