U.S. Tax Reform is Leaving Canadian Competitiveness In The Dust

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11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m
Calgary, AB

We’re in trouble. The U.S. tax reforms are doing what they were intended to do – drive investment back to the U.S. and away from other jurisdictions – including Canada. Other writers and commentators have noted the vast amount of investment that is at risk in Canada – and especially Alberta.

What to do? Our experts have argued before that Canadian tax reform is needed if we hope to recover our competitiveness, but how? This is serious, Canada needs to come up with a plan fast, otherwise the damage could be long lasting.

Join the discussion with The School of Public Policy and a world-class group of experts assembled to give serious thought to this problem. This event is for policy makers, business leaders and others who know that US tax reform has become a game-changer for Canada.

Participants include:

  • Bev Dahlby, Research Director, Distinguished Fellow & Program Director, Tax and Economic Growth, The School of Public Policy
  • Jack Mintz, President’s Fellow, The School of Public Policy
  • Kenneth McKenzie, Professor, Department of Economics, The School of Public Policy
  • Mark Coleman, Partner, EY Law LL



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