Fraser Forum

Government Spending & Taxes

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At an average of 3.6 per cent, the most robust growth period for Central Canada was during the pre-1973 oil crisis.

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The Institute recently released a study that calculated rates of return (nominal and real) received by Canadian retirees from the Canada Pension Plan (CPP).

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Alberta projects a budget deficit of $28.9 billion over the next three years.

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Personal income tax rates are being hiked across the board, between one and three percentage points depending on income.

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Manitoba’s newly-elected government faces some important fiscal challenges.

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While it might not appear so, a higher minimum wage is effectively a tax.

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The province has run an operating deficit in all but one year since 2008/09—even when oil prices exceeded $90 per barrel.

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Canada's new top federal tax rate of 33 per cent is being layered on top of several tax increases by the provinces.

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There are 175 collective bargaining agreements with public-sector employees coming up for negotiation in the near future.

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