You won't be surprised to learn that I'm here to talk about tax cheats. There has been a lot of talk again in recent days about individuals and corporations who move their money offshore to hide income and avoid their tax obligations.
In your day to day dealings with tax and benefit administration, the Canadian Payroll Association is an organization that echoes the complexity of the Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) operations. One could say CPA and CRA are kindred spirits!
Thank you for that kind introduction. It's a pleasure to be here, and to be joined by Rick Thorpe and Laura Jones, recognized leaders in combatting red tape.
Red tape is the silent killer of jobs. It burdens all Canadians by restricting the innovation, productivity, and competitiveness of businesses, impeding economic growth, and stifling job creation.
Good morning. Thank you, Robert (Goguen) for that kind introduction¬―and thanks also to Peoples Park for hosting us. I'm really pleased to be here. Today, Robert and I want to acknowledge the important role that seniors play in our families, communities, and workplaces.
Good morning, everyone! Thank you for your kind introduction. And my thanks to our regional team here in the Ministers' Regional Office for organizing and hosting us today.
I've raised four busy children, so I know first-hand that enrolling our kids in sports, recreational, and cultural activities is a good investment ... but the costs can certainly add up!
Thank you for that kind introduction. The CRA and the Tax Executives Institute of Canada (TEI) have long enjoyed a constructive and mutually beneficial working relationship based on a common interest ¿ efficient and accountable tax administration.
Good afternoon, thank you for that kind introduction and thank you for joining us today.
It's great to be here in Fort St. John. I've had a busy day. I'd like to thank MP Bob Zimmer (Prince George ¿ Peace River) for planning today's events. Earlier this morning, I met with members of the accounting firm MNP to hear their thoughts on the Canada Revenue Agency's programs and services.
Good morning, thank you for that kind introduction and thank you for joining us today.
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