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Newfoundland and Labrador should lower taxes to help attract health-care workers

The province has some of the highest personal income tax rates in North America.


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Prime minister and premier combine to reduce living standards in B.C.

The province's program spending will increase by more than 85 per cent since 2016/17.


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Reality check—Ottawa’s capital gains tax hike hurts Canada’s economic wellbeing

The tax increase will deter business investment in the economy and chase away capital.


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Government policy hurts Newfoundlanders and Labradorians with modest incomes

At $50,000 of income, residents in the province face the third-highest tax rate among 61 jurisdictions in North America.


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Ford and Trudeau share affection for spending and taxes

The Ontario government expects a net debt increase of more than $24 billion this year alone.


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Canadians should decide what to do with their money—not politicians and bureaucrats

Only 16 per cent of Canadians said they receive good or great value for their tax dollars.


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Ontarians face some of the highest income tax rates in North America

An individual making C$50,000 per year faces a higher income tax rate in Ontario than in every U.S. state.


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Federal government should cut taxes in upcoming budget to spur economic growth

From 2013 to 2022, per-person economic growth—a broad measure of living standards—was at its lowest rate since the Great Depression.


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Federal debt interest will consume nearly one quarter of income tax revenue in 2024

From 2015/16 to 2022/23, the government added more than $820 billion in gross federal debt.