personal income tax

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Between 2003 and 2014, inflation-adjusted per-person economic growth in Ontario averaged just 0.3 per cent annually.

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On personal income taxes, Albertans have been hit twice in recent months by provincial and federal tax hikes.


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Ontario’s top combined personal income tax rate rose from 46.41 per cent in 2011 to 53.53 per cent today.

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If the B.C. government truly wants to make the provincial tax system more competitive, reform is needed across three key taxes.


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The root of Ontario’s decline can be found in a decade of failed government policies, particularly growth-killing tax increases.

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There are clear parallels between the campaigns and governing approaches of President Obama and the Trudeau Liberals.


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The Alberta government recently abandoned the province’s single 10 per cent tax rate on personal income in favour of a five-bracket system with a top rate of 15 per cent—a move that will reduce Alberta’s competitiveness and cause undue harm on an already struggling economy.