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Welcome to the fourth annual Total Tax Contribution (TTC) survey of Business Council of Canada members. Eighty-seven of Canada's largest businesses provided tax data for the 2015 fiscal year, demonstrating the significant contribution these large businesses make to public finances. This year's survey also includes information on the role large Canadian ...
Founded in 1976, the The Business Council of Canada is the senior voice of Canada's business community, representing 150 chief executives and leading entrepreneurs in all sectors and regions of the country. Our 2015 -2016 annual report, highlighting the Council's work over the past year, can be read online here.
Based on the PwC Canada Total Tax Contribution report, this video shows how the many different taxes, fees and royalties large Canadian companies pay – a finding that underscores the complexity of the tax system.
The Business Council of Canada joins with Albertans and countless other Canadians in mourning the passing of its former Chair, Rick George. “Rick was a proud Canadian and a visionary business leader,” said The Honourable John Manley, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Business Council. “We owe him ...
August 2, 2017Read More
Washington – Business leaders from the United States, Canada and Mexico met today in Washington to discuss the importance of modernizing NAFTA and further strengthening North American economic relations. Business Roundtable Chairman Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase & Co. hosted the meeting in partnership with Linda Hasenfratz, Chair of the Business ...
June 7, 2017Read More
VANCOUVER, B.C. – May 15, 2017 – The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, the Business Council of Canada, and the Canada-ASEAN Business Council, in partnership with the Institute of Asian Research at the University of British Columbia, today unveiled, The ASEAN Advantage: Exploring Canada’s Trade Potential, a report on the feasibility of ...
May 15, 2017Read More