- By Mike Heddle
- Posted Monday, Oct 02, 2017 2:25 pm
A group of prominent Canadian entrepreneurs have inked a letter to Justin Trudeau, urging the Prime Minister to hold more extensive consultations over Ottawa’s proposed tax changes. In an interview on BNN, Bruce Croxon, co-founder of Round 13 Capital and co-host of the Disruptors, said that in his thirty years as an entrepreneur, he’s never before felt the need to criticize Canada’s tax regime, but this short consultation period is a bridge too far.
“Don’t introduce something so jarring to the small business community in particular, in the dead of summer with a 75-day consultation period and try and push something through… under some false marketing,” he said. “This is a radical shift to how many of us have been doing business for the last thirty years, and that’s what’s fundamentally unfair.” [CLICK HERE]