Since coming into office, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has repeatedly claimed to have reduced taxes for middle class Canadian families—a claim based solely on the federal government’...Read More
BY MARK CAMERON, Special to the Toronto Sun
Patrick Brown’s new platform has been said by some to represent a shift to the centre or left for the Ontario Progressive...Read More
Many families with young children struggle to afford good-quality childcare. The current tax deduction for child-care expenses helps to alleviate the cost for some, but many families, particularly...Read More
At first blush, you might think that carbon pricing and minimum wages have nothing to do with each other. You’d be wrong.
Putting a price on carbon is a strategy inspired by an economic way...Read More
On Thursday, Catherine McKenna, Canada’s environment minister, took the next step towards a national carbon pricing plan for Canada. The federal government tabled a discussion paper on the so-...Read More
In recognition of the 100th anniversary of Canada’s personal income tax (PIT), the Fraser Institute asked a group of accomplished scholars to analyze and assess the emergence, development, and...Read More
ust before Albertans launch into the new, high-tax universe in 2016, take a moment to memorialize one of the smartest things an Alberta government ever did — the introduction of a single-rate tax...Read More
43.4% - That's how much the Fraser Institute calculated the average Canadian family will pay in taxes to the government this year.
Yes, all those taxes you pay add up...Read More
Last week, Alberta Municipal Affairs Minister Danielle Larivee released her plans for City Charters, new provincial regulations that will give more power and control over local matters to both...Read More