tax reform

Progressive corporate tax reform? It’s not as crazy as it sounds.

Kevin Milligan: Ratcheting the corporate tax rate up or down doesn’t grow the economy or improve tax fairness. Here’s a smarter approach.

On tax reform, Donald Trump gets it done—and takes a moment to gloat

Allen Abel in Washington on the tax bill and the pinnacle of Trump’s presidency—a day without scandal, tweetstorm or tantrum

On business tax, Liberals need to catch up to the U.S.

Canada is competitive in some areas, but the feds would be wise to match some of Donald Trump’s cuts

Bill Morneau, Canada’s very expensive finance minister

Stephen Maher on how Bill Morneau is squandering opportunities and causing blowback that Trudeau can no longer afford

Hong Kong skyline

What tax grab politicians in Canada could learn from Hong Kong

At a time when Hong Kong is slashing taxes to spur growth, Canada is mostly moving in the opposite direction

Justin Trudeau’s money pit, and those working hard to join it

Paul Wells: Can the Aga Khan-vacationing, French villa-owning Liberals still be the great defenders of Canada’s middle class?

Trudeaumania Two is starting to fade

With polls sagging, the Trudeau Liberals are stumbling badly on a number of key fronts. Enter Jagmeet Singh, stage left.

Throw another minister on the bonfire: the ballad of Bill Morneau

Paul Wells on the finance minister’s tax reform flub, and why it’s becoming an embarrassing pattern for the Trudeau government

Bill Morneau

Why we should listen to angry taxpayers

If we listen to the stories that people tell when they’re angry about high taxes, we can learn about more than merely taxes

Bill Morneau shows a flash of temper in the small-business tax battle

The finance minister isn’t easy to rile, but this protracted policy fight is now testing his patience

How the Liberals might be able to salvage their tax reform plan

Changes to the tax code are genuinely needed, but the Trudeau government badly misread the public mood on the issue. It may not be too late, however

A tax fight has Canadians on democratic autopilot. That’s a problem.

Opinion: The ongoing debate over tax reform is driven by partisan and special interests—and is a missed opportunity for democratic engagement