April 7, 1916 (12th Parliament, 6th Session)

LIB

Frederick Forsyth Pardee

Liberal

Mr. PARDEE:

I rather take issue with
the minister upon that. I think the proper time to consider it is now, when you are making extraordinary efforts to raise money
by taxation schemes. If that is so, surely it is not necessary to leave out the people who are making their profits in Canada. It would not be necessary to further tax the insurer; it would only be necessary to say to those companies: if you are to do business in Canada we demand a portion of the profits.

Topic:   TAXATION OF PROFITS.
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