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Taxes—the average Canadian family’s largest expense

More than 50 per cent of our tax dollars finance generous pay for government employees.

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Taxation among First Nations
Indigenous citizens would have a much bigger stake in their governance if they paid for it.

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Canadians spend billions complying with complex personal income tax system

When established in 1917, Canada’s Income Tax Act contained 3,999 words compared to 1,029,042 words today.

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Economic freedom is one of the main drivers of prosperity, as the Fraser Institute’s Economic Freedom of North America index (EFNA) has illustrated—and hundreds of independent studies have confirmed.

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