Daily Archives: June 29, 2020

Cameco: The Taxpayer Prevails in the Federal Court of Appeal and the Tax Court’s Decision is Sustained – But Conceivably Much More Than That

  Very shortly ago, the Federal Court of Appeal’s decision in The Queen v. Cameco Corporation (2020 FCA 112, delivered on June 26, 2020) was made public. By any measure in contemporary taxation (in Canada certainly, but for the transfer pricing world globally) the decisions of both the Tax Court of Canada and the Federal […]

When Free Stuff isn’t Actually Free — The Taxability of Free Products Provided to Social Media Influencers and Bloggers

  When we think of influencers or bloggers and the law, the first topic that comes to mind is often the industry’s clash with Competition Bureau Canada, or it’s American equivalent — the Federal Trade Commission. Late last year, Competition Bureau Canada released its new guidance on how influencers must display whether a business sponsored […]