taxes

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Ontario and Alberta have launched spending sprees and tax grabs that will seriously damage economic freedom.

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Some of Trump’s pledges could increase the competitiveness gap between the U.S. and Canada, particularly on taxes.


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Most trading partners of the U.S., including Canada, employ some sort of national consumption-based value added tax.


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Taxes already account for approximately 35 per cent of the price at the pump.


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Study examines how fiscal policies aimed at reducing government deficits affect the economy.


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The 1,000 Carrier workers are happy—the unknown future job-losers can only stuff their pink slips in their pockets and wait until next election.


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Trump will likely approve the Keystone XL pipeline—a positive development for the Canadian energy industry.


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With more tax credits, the government has to keep income tax rates higher to raise the same amount of revenue.


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Amazingly, the federal government offers no cost estimates of more than 90 tax expenditures.


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Canada’s top personal income tax rate is among the highest in the developed world.