Expenditures on housing comprise less than half of what the average family pays in taxes.
Nearly half of Canadians feel they receive poor or very poor value from government services.
Alberta had the lowest top personal income tax bracket in North America in 2014—now it has the 10th highest.
The second quarter saw a spike to 28.2 per cent, the highest savings rate since at least 1961.
B.C. spends 19.6 per cent less than New Brunswick per student—$14,768 versus $11,879.
The Canada Child Benefit will cost a planned $24.3 billion this year.
The number of people needing “hampers” from the food bank increased by more than 50 per cent.