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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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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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Alberta government should create flat 8% personal and business income tax rate in Alberta

Flat tax systems encourage stronger economic growth, higher tax revenues and a more robust economy.

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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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B.C. government maintains high tax rates despite prosperity gap in region

The province had the fourth-highest top combined income tax rate among 61 Canadian and U.S. jurisdictions.

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Contrary to rhetoric, many Canadians don’t support raising taxes on the ‘rich’

The top 20 per cent of income-earning households paid 61.4 per cent of the country’s personal income taxes in 2022.