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Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland tabled the 2021 Canadian federal budget on April 19. The federal government last delivered a budget in March of 2019, and this is Minister Freeland's first budget as finance minister since she took on the portfolio last summer, following the resignation of Bill Morneau. Read our press release to understand the key budget takeaways.

View our comprehensive commentary for post-budget perspectives from our RSM Canada professionals on how the federal budget will impact the economy, your business, and much more. We have also prepared industry-specific highlights, which contains essential industry insights following the budget release.

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INSIGHTS AND TAX ALERTS

Canada’s 2021 budget: Impact on the consumer products industry

INSIGHT ARTICLE

Canada’s 2021 budget: Impact on the consumer products industry

The Federal Budget announced new, and extensions to existing, economic recovery measures for businesses in the consumer products industry.

  • Bill MacQueen, /content/mcgladrey/en_CA/about/profiles/ben-gibbons
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  • May 25, 2021
2021 Canada Federal Budget: Industry Highlights

INFOGRAPHIC

2021 Canada Federal Budget: Industry Highlights

Know the key takeaways and impact on major industries from the Canada Federal Budget released on April 19, 2021.

2021 Canada Federal Budget: Detailed Commentary

TAX ALERT

2021 Canada Federal Budget: Detailed Commentary

Understand the implications on middle-market businesses from the Canada Federal Budget released on April 19, 2021.

2021 British Columbia budget

TAX ALERT

2021 British Columbia budget

The 2021 budget builds on a 2020 budget that focused on simulating the economy and providing support to businesses and individuals.

  • Dean Woodward, Jen Reid, /content/mcgladrey/en_CA/about/profiles/david-crawford
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  • April 20, 2021
New tax revenue streams, deficit spending, central themes in Federal Budget 2021

NEWS RELEASE

New tax revenue streams, deficit spending, central themes in Federal Budget 2021

Faster than expected economic recovery, new tax revenue streams and deficit spending are all central themes in the federal government’s first official budget for more than two years.

  • April 19, 2021
2021 Quebec Budget commentary

TAX ALERT

2021 Quebec Budget commentary

The Budget reduces the small business tax rate, proposes QST e-commerce changes and enhances Revenu Quebec’s audit resources and reach.

  • Enzo Testa, Ibrahim Hatia, Yoni Moussadji
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  • March 26, 2021
2021 Ontario Budget commentary

INSIGHT ARTICLE

2021 Ontario Budget commentary

The budget implements several tax measures to stimulate the economy and to support businesses and individuals hardest hit by COVID-19.

  • Enzo Testa, Sigita Bersenas, Yoni Moussadji
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  • March 25, 2021
2021 Alberta Budget commentary

TAX ALERT

2021 Alberta Budget commentary

The 2021 Alberta Budget was introduced on Feb. 25, 2021, and it continues to focus on economic recovery and keeping taxes steady.

  • /content/mcgladrey/en_CA/about/profiles/david-crawford, Dean Woodward, Heather Forbes
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  • February 26, 2021
2020 Fall Economic Statement: Detailed commentary

TAX ALERT

2020 Fall Economic Statement: Detailed commentary

Read RSM’s summarization of the 2020 Fall Economic Statement released by the Canadian government Nov. 30, 2020.

  • December 01, 2020
2020 Ontario Budget commentary

TAX ALERT

2020 Ontario Budget commentary

The Ontario Budget commentary summarizes key business and personal tax measures set out in the Ontario Budget.

  • November 06, 2020

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