Throughout the pandemic, the government’s COVID-19 relief measures for businesses, organizations and public institutions have continued to evolve. In this episode, we explore the COVID-19 relief programs for businesses, and support measures for employers with Lisa Cabel, National Leader, Employment and Labour Law and Barry Travers, National Leader, Public Sector Tax.
At a time when Canada is confronting a third wave of the pandemic, this year’s Federal Budget laid out the government's economic agenda and plan to build back better for a post-COVID economy. In this episode, we explore the business implications for private enterprises in Canada with Deborah MacPherson, Partner, Regions West, Business Unit Leader for Tax and John Fabbro, Partner and KPMG Enterprise Tax Leader.
In this episode of You Can’t Take It with You, the KPMG Law Estate Planning Podcast, KPMG Law LLP estate and trust lawyers Alaina Spec, Partner and Andrew Higdon, Senior Associate will be exploring the difference between estate law in Quebec and Ontario. They are joined by their colleagues Helena Gagne, Executive Director of KPMG’s Family Office in Montreal, and Alexandra Ormond, an estate and trust lawyer from KPMG’s Toronto office.
In this first episode of, You Can’t Take It with You, the KPMG Law Estate Planning Podcast, KPMG Law LLP estate and trust lawyers Alaina Spec, Partner and Andrew Higdon, Senior Associate discuss what to expect from estate planners and what information should be brought to the estate planning lawyer’s attention at the start of a planning journey.
As the pandemic reshapes how and where we work, the concept of a global workforce that can work from anywhere is challenging conventional thinking and becoming more of a reality. In this episode, we explore these issues with Sonia Gandhi, Partner of Global Mobility Services and Lisa Cabel, National Leader, Employment and Labour Law, with KPMG Law.
Marjorie Bencz and Sandra Neis from the Edmonton Food Bank join Michael Capus to discuss how they pivoted their efforts to support communities impacted by COVID and provide food security during the pandemic.
During March, KPMG is marking International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month by celebrating the achievements of our female Tax & Legal leaders across Canada. In this episode, Shaira Nanji, Janice Connors, and Asma Hasan, share their personal stories and insights on how they are driving change in the workplace, at home and in their communities.
Episode 2: Implementing digital transformations in response to Covid-19 | Connected care and support
Catherine Parsonage from Toronto Foundation for Student Success joins Martin Joyce to discuss how their organization has implemented new ways of working in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
As the Biden government sets its sights on the US economic recovery, Canadian companies that sell or operate a business in the US are paying very close attention to which tax changes could be a priority. Russell Crawford, National Leader, US corporate tax for KPMG in Canada will provide us with a look at what's happening right now inside the Beltway and help unpack what global Canadian companies should be thinking about right now.
Episode 1: Private Client US Cross border tax implications under a Biden administration | Tax Made Simple
With US President Joe Biden now in office and Democrats controlling the House and Senate, Michael Pereira, a Tax Partner with our Global Mobility Services practice will explore the potential tax implications of the new Biden administration for US citizens living here in Canada, and Canadians with investments in the US.