canadian consumer tax index

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Once government spending surpasses 30 per cent of GDP, economic growth declines.


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On health care, despite a high level of spending, Canadians have comparatively poor access to technology and doctors, and long wait times for surgery.


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Taxes for the average Canadian family have increased 1,939 per cent since 1961.

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If you asked average Canadian families what their largest expense is, many would probably say housing. And you can’t blame them. Mortgage and rental payments are a painful monthly reminder of how much we pay for this basic necessity.


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If you asked average Canadian families what their largest expense is, many would probably say housing. And you can’t blame them. Mortgage and rental payments are a painful monthly reminder of how much we pay for this basic necessity.


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Discussions about taxes are inevitably polarizing. Some Canadians think taxes are too high while others happily pay their share. But given the litany of taxes levied on us by the three levels of government, it is nearly impossible to get a sense of how much we truly pay.