Why Canada needs a Globalization Tax

After the debacle over the hidden ideology of the Harper government's maternal and child health initiative, another potential rift with G8 partners is brewing over the proposed tax on banks and other financial firms in order to build up a rainy-day fund to pay for bank bailouts next time there is a global financial and credit crisis

Errol P. Mendes
Published: Wednesday, 04/28/2010 12:00 am EDT

After the debacle over the hidden ideology of the Harper government's maternal and child health initiative, another potential rift with G8 partners is brewing over the proposed tax on banks and other financial firms in order to build up a rainy-day fund to pay for bank bailouts next time there is a global financial and credit crisis.

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