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2022 Canadian Federal Budget Commentary – Tax Measures

On April 7, 2022, Finance Minister (and Deputy Prime Minister) Chrystia Freeland tabled the Liberal Government’s federal budget, A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable (“Budget 2022”). Budget 2022 contains tax measures to, among other things, raise additional revenue from financial institutions, eliminate certain tax planning strategies that manipulate a corporation’s status as a “Canadian-controlled private corporation”, and provide incentives for carbon capture.

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Podcast: Law in the Time of COVID-19

Hosted by partner Adam Goldenberg, Law in the Time of COVID-19 cuts through the information overload to drive conversations around COVID-19. Listeners receive regular updates, industry insights and legal perspectives, helping to keep them informed and prepared to address the global business implications of the virus.

Law in the Time of COVID-19 is available on AnchorSoundCloudSpotify, and Apple Podcasts.

Season 2 - Episode 11: WFH 101 – Many businesses forced into work-from-home models during the pandemic lockdowns have since adopted, or are considering adopting, permanent hybrid workplaces. Employers now face what for many businesses was once unthinkable – a primarily digital workforce. But regardless of where workers perform their jobs, an employer retains significant workplace obligations. So, what rights and duties apply when a worker slips and falls at home or when employees who left the city are asked to return to the office? In this episode, host Adam Goldenberg speaks with three of McCarthy Tétrault's labour and employment experts from across Canada about the moment's most vexing issues for employers. Justine Lindner is a partner in our Toronto office, Laura DeVries is an associate in our Vancouver office, and Émilie Thibault is an associate in our Montréal office.

This program qualifies for up to 0.75 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

Barreau du Québec Continuing Education: This program contains 0.75 hours of content. Upon completion of this podcast, contact us to request your certificate of attendance.

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The Hub showcases the most up to date perspectives and key insights from thought-leaders across the firm, all in one place.  It provides a window into the evolving pandemic and ways to manage the impacts of COVID-19 while reimagining the world and your business beyond it.

We invite you to subscribe to our Daily Briefing which delivers timely updates and forward-looking perspectives to your inbox in one convenient email a day.

 

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