taxpayers

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Canadian families in the top 20 per cent pay 55.9 per cent of all federal, provincial and municipal taxes.


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Canadian taxpayers should expect increases—not decreases—to their fiscal burden.


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Morneau must clarify his definition of a ‘fair share’ of taxes

More than 55 per cent of all federal, provincial, and local taxes are paid by the top 20 per cent of income earning families.


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Since 1961, the average Canadian family has seen their taxes increase 157.6 per cent.


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An economic slowdown or recession would make the Wynne government’s debt reduction plan much less likely.


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Canada’s income tax began during the First World War.


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Ontario will add $34 billion in debt over the next three years.

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Consumption is now a more reliable tax base upon which to promote economic growth and fairness.

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This year’s budget more than doubles last year’s spending increase estimate.