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Ontario’s economic challenges go beyond the deficit

Ontario once benefitted from some of the lowest power prices on the continent—not now.


11:27AM
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Canada needs a bold response to more competitive U.S. business tax regime

Cutting the corporate tax rate would help lower Canada’s overall effective tax rate on new investment.


11:56AM
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Empty office buildings in Calgary reflect poor policy choices in Edmonton

Prior to the Notley government tax changes, Alberta’s corporate tax rate was the lowest in Canada.


9:53AM
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Provincial policies making B.C. inhospitable to investment

B.C. is significantly raising its carbon tax rate—by 66 per cent, from $30 to $50 per tonne.


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Scrap corporate welfare and restore Canada’s business tax advantage over the U.S.

Business subsidies can also irritate our trading partners, threatening Canadian access to foreign markets including the U.S.


10:39AM
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To reestablish Alberta’s tax competitiveness, Notley government should reverse tax hikes

Both Saskatchewan and British Columbia now have lower corporate tax rates than Alberta.


8:51AM
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Despite small businesses tax cut, uncompetitive policies still plague Ontario

The Wynne government’s “Fair Hydro Act” borrows money, which must be paid back, to lower energy costs.


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Notley government’s corporate tax hike

Corporate tax hike will reduce earnings for typical two-earner household in Alberta by about $830 per year.