kathleen wynne

3:00AM
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In the absence of additional action, Ontario budget deficits will continue to at least 2020-21.


3:05AM
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First, it has to be a replacement to existing programs and not an add-on.


8:25AM
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Ontario had to write-off $1 billion of taxpayer money from the General Motors/Chrysler bailout.


3:10AM
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One of the justifications for the rising rates is to promote environmental responsibility and water conservation.


3:30AM
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Residential property taxes are growing faster than real per capita income in many communities.

3:30AM
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Regulatory red tape is resulting in fewer new homes than there otherwise would be with a growing pool of buyers, contributing to rising prices.


7:56AM
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Government spending has increased in Ontario, and Alberta has dramatically increased the tax burden on residents and businesses.

1:16PM
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If Canada is fifth freest, it can’t be a very free planet.

11:36AM
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Much of the proceeds from the cap-and-trade scheme will fuel more government spending.