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April 21, 2018 10:00 AM Bought bitcoin in 2017? Here's how cryptocurrency is taxed in Canada

Trying to hide your crypto gains is not worth the risk, accountant says So, you read all the headlines in 2017 about the millions of dollars to be made in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum, and you took the investment plunge. Maybe you made big money, maybe just a few thousand dollars. But even though the word crypto comes from the Greek word for hidden 7

April 18, 2018 3:37 PM Corruption trial jury faces choice of believing accused cop or drug dealer witness

Craig Ruthowsky's lawyer argued in closing arguments the Crown's key witness is a self-serving liar And it will depend largely on whether the drug dealer who was the Crown's key witness is seen by jurors as truthful or a self-serving liar. After five weeks of testimony and dozens of witnesses, defence lawyer Greg Lafontaine and assistant Crown attorney 10

April 13, 2018 7:00 PM Liberals launch 'Real Doug Ford' ad campaign ahead of election

Campaign officials say ads meant to highlight how Ford government would affect Ontario Ontario's Liberals are launching their first campaign ad ahead of the spring election, saying it aims to reveal the "real Doug Ford." The ad, which will air online, on television and radio starting Monday, says the Progressive Conservative leader would lower corporate 10

March 31, 2018 8:14 PM Harbourfront Centre unable to pay $1.4 million in tax and rent, says City of Toronto staff report

The city shouldn’t expect to collect any of the nearly $1.4 million a top cultural hub owes in rent and property taxes, says Toronto’s treasurer. Despite attracting more than three million people a year to the city’s central waterfront, Harbourfront Centre faces rising operating costs, a $16 million repair backlog, no significant increases in support 13

March 28, 2018 7:24 PM Feds took close look at ways to make Netflix pay sales tax: documents

Briefing notes provided to Heritage Minister Melanie Joly detail how certain governments around the world have required streaming services to register with the government in order to collect and pay taxes, rather than imposing new taxes on the services. OTTAWA — Newly released documents show that federal officials have taken a close look at ways to have online 12

March 19, 2018 2:28 PM Ontario Liberals set to lay out priorities before election in speech from the throne

Speech will lay out the government's legislative priorities before the June 7 provincial election Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says today's throne speech is the only way her Liberal government can spell out its priorities ahead of the upcoming provincial election. Wynne prorogued the legislature last week to set the table for today's speech and has denied 16

March 15, 2018 2:58 PM Kenney pitches carbon tax referendum bill

United Conservative Party leader has private member's bill United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney wants to make it impossible for the Notley government to hike Alberta's carbon tax without a referendum. Kenney plans to introduce a private member's bill Thursday which — if passed — would ensure all Albertans get to vote on any future increases 18

March 8, 2018 1:52 PM Paul Manafort set to make first appearance in Virginia court on tax and fraud charges

Manafort is accused of hiding foreign bank accounts, falsifying his income taxes and failing to report foreign bank accounts. Manafort also faces bank fraud charges in Virginia not directly related to his work in Ukraine. After his business there dried up, according to prosecutors, Manafort fraudulently secured over $20 million in loans in part by using 21

March 5, 2018 5:25 PM Phoenix pay system glitch shuts down access to pay stubs

Federal government workers are usually able to see their paycheques a few days in advance Federal civil servants are being told they'll have to wait this week to see the details of their paycheques after a "technical glitch" forced a shutdown of the Phoenix pay account system. Officials with Public Services and Procurement Canada, the department responsible 23

March 1, 2018 3:11 PM Trump meets steel, aluminum leaders as he considers stiff tariffs on imports

Canada is No. 1 supplier to the U.S. of these building components U.S. President Donald Trump summoned leaders from steel and aluminum companies to the White House today as he considers major tariffs on imports of the two products, the latest flank in his trade war. Trump took to Twitter on Thursday to talk about U.S. steel and aluminum industries facing 26