corporate welfare

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Bombardier has seemingly given millions of taxpayer dollars to executives—while his company struggles to remain profitable.


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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.


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For the “typical family” of four, the cost per billion dollars of assistance is $114.28.


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Government support for national airplane producers can come at a great cost.


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Queen’s Park’s policies have raised the cost of electricity to the point of bankrupting individuals and businesses.

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By some estimates Ottawa gives $6 billion a year in support of business.

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Latest subsidy to Bombardier a reminder of the many problems with corporate welfare
The federal government will provide Bombardier, a Canadian aerospace company, with interest-free loans totalling $372.5 million.

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Ontario had to write-off $1 billion of taxpayer money from the General Motors/Chrysler bailout.

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Ontario and Michigan may fund corporate welfare on both sides of the border.

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Question: If someone made $62,000 last year, had $187,000 in their bank account, and yet sought a $5,360 subsidy from government, what would the common sense response be?