Canadians for Tax Fairness, a public interest advocacy group, asked: Morneau’s mini-budget provides billions in tax breaks to corporations, but will they even work?
Canadians for Tax Fairness, a public interest advocacy group, asked: Morneau’s mini-budget provides billions in tax breaks to corporations, but will they even work? See http://www.taxfairness.ca/en/news/morneau’s-mini-budget-provides-billions-tax-breaks-corporations-will-they-even-work. On one hand, the dubious nature of what essentially is corporate welfare is not new. On another, anti-tax pressure groups like the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Fraser Institute want more — more corporate tax breaks, more corporate tax cuts. To them, like in the eyes of the like of former prime minister Stephen Harper or current Ontario Premier Doug Ford, no tax is good.
Making good use of your own research, you will write a 100-word note starting with the following:
The most compelling argument against granting tax breaks to corporations is
In doing your research, you will start with the content linked to by the url above but you will go beyond them in looking for the best arguments you can find. In addition to googling, you could make use of the databases at http://researchguides.library.yorku.ca/c.php?g=679539&p=4790435. To avoid plagiarism, see http://advice.writing.utoronto.ca/using-sources/how-not-to-plagiarize/.
The 100-word limit excludes “The most compelling argument against granting tax breaks to corporations is” and in-text citations as well as bibliography. Please do NOT use direct quotes as they take up too many words — words that you need. Please provide a word count at the end of your submission. For in-text citations, see https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/02/. For bibliography, see https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/.
That is, you will start by completing the sentence as specified above and then you will make your most compelling argument based on your research in your submission. You are required to demonstrate that you have done extensive research and made good use of your research to make your argument. On how to make an argument, see https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips-and-tools/argument/.