The federal government’s fall economic update is likely to include targeted tax measures to boost the country’s competitiveness instead of a cut to the country’s corporate tax rate, according to a senior government official familiar with the Department of Finance’s work on the issue. The Liberal government has been under pressureRead More →

An elephant named Rex, dozens of crocodiles and enough eel meat to fill a swimming pool. That unusual list is just a small sampling of what Canadian officials have seized over the past decade while investigating illegal attempts to smuggle animals and animal products in or out of the country. While theRead More →