Ryan Talks Tax Podcast | Episode 18 | Provincial Budget Roundup – Part II

Ryan Talks Tax Podcast | Episode 18The Ryan Talks Tax Podcast is designed to keep you up to date on the latest developments in Canadian tax and government funding initiatives. Listen to our experts discuss emerging issues, significant legislative changes, and recent government announcements.

Episode 18 is Part II of our annual Canadian Provincial Budget Roundup, in which we discuss some of the most significant tax changes and government funding announcements included in the 2023 budgets for Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

David Douglas provides insight on provincial funding trends across Canada, including the growing number of programs designed to encourage sustainable manufacturing, innovation in agriculture, and critical mineral exploration. In addition, Irene Belvedere highlights the most significant commodity tax changes announced by each province, while Brian Cardinal and Raphaël Joziak comment on new corporate income tax initiatives to promote investment in Ontario and Quebec.


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Brian Cardinal
Principal, Scientific Research and Experimental Development

David Douglas
Principal, Practice Leader, Government Funding

Raphaël Joziak
Director, Finance and Tax, Scientific Research and Experimental Development

Irene Belvedere
Senior Manager, Client Support Services

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