Tax Reform Conference: Day 1 – Personal Taxation
The C.D. Howe Institute invites you to an upcoming Tax Policy Conference on personal and business taxation. Policymakers, business leaders, senior scholars, and leading tax practitioners will build consensus and set a path for substantive reforms to make Canada’s tax regimes more growth-friendly, fair, and effective.
Jack Mintz, Senior Fellow at the C.D. Howe Institute and President’s Fellow, School of Public Policy, University of Calgary - Chair
Kevin Hassett, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Hoover Institution; Former Chairman, US Council of Economic Advisers (2017-2019) - Keynote Speaker
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Day 1 – Personal Taxation + Keynote Dinner
Session I: Half a century since the 1972 Federal Tax Reform
Session II: What is the Tax System’s role in increasing growth and reducing inequality?
Session III: Is it Time to Re-think Taxation of Investment Income and Capital Gains at the Personal Level?
Session IV: How can the Tax System Be Simplified?
Session V: Does Canada Have the Right Tax Mix?
Katherine Cuff, Professor of Economics, McMaster University
Brian Ernewein, Senior Advisor, National Tax Center, KPMG
Heather Evans, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Tax Foundation
Jamie Golombek, Managing Director, Tax and Estate Planning at CIBC Private Wealth Management
Stephen Gordon, Professor of Economics, Laval University
Jonathan Rhys Kesselman, Professor Emeritus, School of Public Policy, Simon Fraser University
Alexandre Laurin, Director of Research, C.D. Howe Institute
Kevin Milligan, Professor of Economics, Vancouver School of Economics, University of British Columbia
Munir Sheikh, Former Chief Statistician of Canada and Adjunct Research Professor, Department of Economics, Carleton University
Jeffrey Trossman, Senior Counsel, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP