Canada's federal Government has announced that it will impose a carbon price in Ontario, New Brunswick, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan in 2019.
Switzerland has made its first exchanges under the new international automatic exchange of information framework, the Common Reporting Standard.
The Canada Revenue Agency is to collaborate with an association of tax preparation and software firms to improve the digital services it provides to taxpayers.
Three years on from the commitments made at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris, the overwhelming majority of governments have not taken the necessary action to contain growing risks to the climate, says the OECD. It said, with emissions on the rise again, OECD governments need to get serious about shifting their economies to a low-carbon model and stop investing in carbon-intensive infrastructure.
Ontario's new government has scrapped the province's cap-and-trade carbon pricing regime, effective July 3.
The Canadian Revenue Agency has unveiled a three-point action plan to improve the services offered by its call centers.
G7 countries are committed to working towards a consensus-based solution to the tax challenges of the digital economy, according to the final communique issued at the conclusion of the G7's summit in Charlevoix, Canada.
The IMF has said that the recent changes to the US tax system could make Canada a less attractive destination for investment.
Canada and Israel have signed a modernized free trade agreement.
Governments raised about USD33bn in carbon pricing revenue last year, a 50 percent increase from 2016, according to a new update by the World Bank.
The Canadian Parliament's international trade committee has recommended that the federal Government tax products supplied to Canadian consumers by online platforms.
Canada's auditors general have published a collaborative report on the country's response to climate change, which raises concerns about the success of the action taken by governments.
The Bank of Canada has published the findings of its latest business outlook survey, which shows some concern among firms over the impact of US trade and tax policies.
The Australian Government has secured an exemption from new US metal tariffs, Trade Minister Steven Ciobo has said.
The US Internal Revenue Services has released its annual report on the number of advance pricing agreements and applications and made during the 2017 calendar year.
British Columbia is to offer a provincial sales tax exemption to a proposed new liquefied natural gas project.
The EU expects to be excluded from the scope of the US's new tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, according to the bloc's Vice-President for Jobs.
Negotiators are making progress on a modernized NAFTA but "have significant work ahead," Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs has said.
Canada's 2018 Budget has provided the long-awaited details of the Government's proposal to limit the tax benefits that can be derived from the holding of passive investments in a private corporation.
Manitoba is to join the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change, following its announcement of a CAD25 (USD19.70) per tonne carbon tax.