The minister spoke to Advisor.ca about what was in the budget, what wasn’t – and what comes next.
Six months after losing his Toronto seat in last fall’s federal election, former federal finance minister Joe Oliver has returned to investment banking.
Canadians for Tax Fairness hopes the global blow-out from the Panama Papers will pressure the federal government to prosecute one of Canada’s top accounting firms.
Finance Minister Joe Oliver lost his Toronto riding of Eglinton-Lawrence by 3,490 votes, but he has bigger numbers on his mind.
Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver reported a $1.4 billion surplus in a long-promised balanced and pre-election budget he delivered here Tuesday.
Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver reported a $1.4 billion surplus in a long-promised balanced and pre-election budget he delivered here Tuesday. Despite lower oil prices, the government projects that Ottawa will stay in the black for the next four years, with surpluses increasing to $1.7 billion next year and reaching $4.8 billion in 2019-2020. However, […]
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) has called for a lifetime cap of $36,500 in its 20th annual alternative federal budget.
Industry groups have lobbied Finance Minister Joe Oliver for tax breaks and rule changes in the 2015 budget.
A boost to the TFSA may have to wait.
In a campaign-style announcement, Prime Minister Stephen Harper unveiled new income-splitting tax breaks.