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 corporate control 
 the Other Side of the News
 Weekly Program
 Hugh Mackenzie Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
 Maggie Hughes  
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 


The top 100 CEO's in Canada are getting away with what would be called “tax evation” if it were to happen to most of us;

As Hugh Mackenzie explained recently when talking about his paper ...http://www.policyalternatives.ca/newsroom/updates/ceo-pay-recession-proof
Recession-Proof
Canada’s 100 best paid CEOs
by Hugh Mackenzie
National Office | Reports & Studies
Issue(s): Economy and economic indicators, Inequality and poverty
Projects & Initiatives: Growing Gap
January 3, 2011

To make any change to how top CEO's are getting away without paying any taxes on their nano-seconds billions, is going to be very difficult, largely due to the fact that those with the most money hire the most lobbiests.

There are many ways that CEO's have found to make themselves Billionaires, while their actions have helped to increase the number of those in poverty, are coming to light with the reports from the CCPA, and from recent books like “The Trouble with Billionaires” - by Linda McQuaig

As Armine Yalnizyan  s report echos'


The Canadian Centre for Public Policy – publications can be in your hand for as low as $35.00
Maggie Hughes Producer/Host


The top 100 CEO's in Canada are getting away with what would be called “tax evation” if it were to happen to most of us;

As Hugh Mackenzie explained recently when talking about his paper ...http://www.policyalternatives.ca/newsroom/updates/ceo-pay-recession-proof
Recession-Proof
Canada’s 100 best paid CEOs
by Hugh Mackenzie
National Office | Reports & Studies
Issue(s): Economy and economic indicators, Inequality and poverty
Projects & Initiatives: Growing Gap
January 3, 2011

To make any change to how top CEO's are getting away without paying any taxes on their nano-seconds billions, is going to be very difficult, largely due to the fact that those with the most money hire the most lobbiests.

There are many ways that CEO's have found to make themselves Billionaires, while their actions have helped to increase the number of those in poverty, are coming to light with the reports from the CCPA, and from recent books like “The Trouble with Billionaires” - by Linda McQuaig

As Armine Yalnizyan  s report echos'


The Canadian Centre for Public Policy – publications can be in your hand for as low as $35.00

 How Canada's top 100 CEO's get paid Download Program Podcast
00:58:00 English 2011-01-11
 Hamilton Ontario Canada
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