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About Us

About Us2020-01-16T14:07:21-05:00

Advancing Fair and Equitable Property Taxation Across Canada

The strength of the association is in its members; we learn together, advocate together and succeed together.

The Canadian Property Tax Association brings together top corporate property tax officers, lawyers, tax consultants, and government officials. Since its inception on March 1, 1967, the CPTA has consistently worked to provide members the opportunity to stay informed on new developments in assessment and property tax, to advocate for change and to network with the foremost assessment and taxation professionals across Canada.

Objectives

ADVOCACY

CPTA advocates on behalf of its membership, making submissions to government, assessing authorities and industry groups, to advance the objective of fairness in taxation.

CPTA advocates on behalf of its membership, making submissions to government, assessing authorities and industry groups, to advance the objective of fairness in taxation.

FAIRNESS

Working to ensure fair property taxes, CPTA recognizes that for purposes of tax advocacy, its members are stronger together.

Working to ensure fair property taxes, CPTA recognizes that for purposes of tax advocacy, its members are stronger together.

EXCELLENCE

CPTA brings together the best in the profession, fostering a strong network of taxation excellence across the country.

CPTA brings together the best in the profession, fostering a strong network of taxation excellence across the country.

DEVELOPMENT

The CPTA provides members with substantial opportunities for professional development throughout the year.

The CPTA provides members with substantial opportunities for professional development throughout the year.

LATEST NEWS — Covering topics important to our members and the profession.

January / February 2024

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A Reflection on the Revised Appeal Process from Staggered to Contemporaneous Exchange of Expert Reports Submitted by: Drew Samuels, DMA Canada, Mississauga, ON Introduction On February 17, 2021, the Assessment Review Board (“ARB”) revised [...]

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