Fraser Forum

Government Spending & Taxes

8:54AM
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Alberta government program spending is up $700 million from what was initially budgeted.


3:34AM
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If tolls get people off the roads, you don’t need the subsidy to subways, too.


3:38AM
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Public-sector employment growth in Alberta more than doubled the growth rate in Texas.


1:44PM
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The average Ontarian is now poorer than the average Canadian.


3:00AM
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In the absence of additional action, Ontario budget deficits will continue to at least 2020-21.


3:00AM
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With more tax credits, the government has to keep income tax rates higher to raise the same amount of revenue.


3:13AM
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Only $2.4 billion is being spent on trade and transportation infrastructure over the next five years.

9:23AM
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This week’s 2016 Economic Statement cut average growth to 1.7 per cent over the next five years.


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