taxes

This investment is part of a national initiative led by Community Foundations of Canada and funded by the government of Canada, which will provide $18.5 million across Canada to seed and grow social enterprise. (File photo)

UPDATE: Vernon sets sights on 4.47 per cent tax increase

2021 budget calls for raise amounting to $69 for average home

 

Minister of Seniors Deb Schulte speaks during a press conference on Parliament Hill during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ottawa, Thursday, June 4, 2020. The federal government says tens of thousands of seniors are at risk of losing benefits because they haven’t yet filed their taxes. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Federal Liberals make plea for seniors to file taxes as thousands at risk of losing benefits

Seniors Minister Deb Schulte says Service Canada has sent reminders to the 63,000 to file their returns

 

BC Liberal tax cut proposal a $7.5 billion revenue hit

BC Liberal tax cut proposal a $7.5 billion revenue hit

Canadian Taxpayers Federation endorses PST elimination for one year, but acknowledges challenges to balance to the budget

 

Taxman will seek COVID assistance clawback in 2021

Taxman will seek COVID assistance clawback in 2021

Government can’t afford to ignore tax on CERB and other assistance payments

Taxman will seek COVID assistance clawback in 2021
Coldstream delays property tax penalty for all

Coldstream delays property tax penalty for all

All tazpayers, including residential, business and industrial have until Oct. 1, 2020

Coldstream delays property tax penalty for all
The Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce is calling on the B.C. government to provide property owners with tax flexibility amid COVID-19. (Morning Star file photo)

COVID-19: Vernon chamber calls for flexibility on property tax

Chamber prefers application process over outright deferral to encourage those who can to pay on time

The Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce is calling on the B.C. government to provide property owners with tax flexibility amid COVID-19. (Morning Star file photo)
A tax return form is pictured in Toronto on Wednesday April 13, 2011. The Canada Revenue Agency is sending an unlikely message to kick off tax season: Paper-filers, we have not forgotten you. Despite a years-long push to have more people file taxes online because it’s generally faster and easier, many Canadians still prefer putting pen, or pencil, to paper. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

CRA puts focus on paper returns as tax-filing season opens

The federal tax collector expects to handle about two million paper returns this calendar year out of roughly 26 million filings

A tax return form is pictured in Toronto on Wednesday April 13, 2011. The Canada Revenue Agency is sending an unlikely message to kick off tax season: Paper-filers, we have not forgotten you. Despite a years-long push to have more people file taxes online because it’s generally faster and easier, many Canadians still prefer putting pen, or pencil, to paper. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
Taxes are divided in many categories and vary from province to province. (Fraser Institute)

Tax bill paid for the year, you’re working for yourself

B.C. in the middle of the Canadian pack for Tax Freedom Day

Taxes are divided in many categories and vary from province to province. (Fraser Institute)