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Tax alert: Proposed changes to the taxation of capital gains

Amaan Datoo • May 23, 2024 The 2024 federal budget delivered on April 16, 2024, proposed significant changes as to how capital gains will be taxed for capital gains realized on or after June 25, 2024. Budget 2024 proposes to increase the portion of the capital gain that is taxable from half, or 50 per cent, to two-thirds for Canadian corporations ... Read more

Federal budget 2024

Fuller Landau team • April 17, 2024 On April 16, 2024, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland delivered the 2024 federal budget, which was titled “Fairness For Every Generation”. The Minister presented the Budget as the government’s plan, “to build a Canada that works better for every generation, where you can get ahead, where your hard work pays off, ... Read more

Plant-based proteins continue to thrive in a stressed economy

Sloan Levett • March 14, 2024 A few short years ago, a consumer could only find plant-based alternative products at the local health store or an obscure corner of a grocery aisle. As far as a vegetarian option at a steakhouse or burger house, you would be out of luck. At one time many considered plant-based alternative foods to be the ... Read more

Real estate: Building new foundations for growth

Fuller Landau team • February 01, 2024 Following the past few years of significant disruptions, experts believe 2024 will be a foundational year for future growth in real estate. However, recovery will not be without its challenges and uncertainties. While demand in segments such as industrial and multifamily residential is strong, the extent of that growth will be dependent on a number ... Read more

To tell the truth: Damages in breach of duty of honest performance

Bruce Roher • January 29, 2024 As set out in the 2020 Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) case of C.M. Callow Inc. v Zollinger (“Callow”), the duty of honest performance of a contract requires that parties must not lie or otherwise misled each other about matters directly linked to the performance of the contract.[1] This article will review the method by ... Read more


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