Canada's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Chrystia Freeland, delivered the 2022 Federal budget in the House of Commons on April 7, 2022.

This year's budget focused on three pillars: people, a green transition and innovation in order to stimulate the economy and make life more affordable for Canadians. With unprecedented economic and social challenges, our economy faces significant inflationary pressures, housing needs, supply chain issues, labour shortages and protectionism in key export markets.

Our team of leading KPMG professionals help make sense of the complex and ever-changing Canadian landscape by exploring the implications of key federal budget initiatives, priority investments and proposed tax measures. Our goal is to share insights on the potential economic and societal impacts of these changes. The analysis is aimed at assisting business leaders to understand, prepare and navigate the proposed changes anticipated in the weeks and months ahead.

Stay tuned here for more information.

Watch the Federal Budget 2022 webcast

The morning after the budget was delivered on April 7, 2022 KPMG hosted our annual Federal Budget 2022 webcast on Friday, April 8, 2022. This important webcast provided a timely summary of tax changes presented in the budget and explain how they may affect you and your business.


First impressions and highlights from KPMG's National Tax Centre

KPMG's National Tax Centre has prepared a special edition of TaxNewsFlash-Canada summarizing the announced tax changes.


Insights and resources

Connect with us

Stay up to date with what matters to you

Gain access to personalized content based on your interests by signing up today

Sign up today

Connect with us