Government Spending & Taxes
Even though the vast majority of Americans never lost their jobs, politicians sent stimulus money directly to most households.
Federal program spending in 2021 will reach a projected $11,370 per person—or 18.7 per cent of the economy.
The carbon tax will increase by $15 per tonne until it reaches $170 per tonne.
The federal government has seemingly ditched the debt-averse approach that largely prevailed in Ottawa since the mid-1980s.
Among residents who donated, the average annual contribution equalled only 0.45 per cent of their household income.
The province expects a $15.5 billion budget deficit next year.
The Trudeau government raised the cap from $60 per person to $170.
Eliminating the entire equalization program this year would reduce the federal deficit by only 5.4 per cent.
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