Posted Tuesday October 8, 2019


2019 Federal Election — Parties Offer Up Diverse Tax Policies

Canada's next general election will be held on October 21, 2019. As Canadians get ready to head to the ballot box, they will have to consider a wide array of tax promises that Canada’s federal parties have made during the election campaign. These tax pledges could significantly affect individuals and businesses in Canada, depending on which party wins. In addition, Canadians could see some of these tax promises advanced in some form in a minority government situation, such as where the minority government agrees to modify its proposals to win the support of another party.

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