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Turning recycled value into wasteful municipal spending

Turning recycled value into wasteful municipal spending

Winnipeg’s decision to go with new curbside collection providers ramps up unnecessary costs for taxpayers as the market for recyclables softens (FREE)

‘Fairness’ rhetoric masks an income tax imbalance

‘Fairness’ rhetoric masks an income tax imbalance

Not only does the top one per cent pay a disproportionate share of Canada’s taxes, its share has increased over the past two decades (FREE)

New Brunswick’s tax strategy drains the economy

Taxing the rich too much simply drives down economic activity, and pushes the tax burden to mid- and low-income earners (FREE)

Seniors migration costs B.C. $7.2 billion in health-care expenses

Seniors migration costs B.C. $7.2 billion in health-care expenses

Migrating seniors are likely to have paid most of their lifetime taxes in one province while consuming most of their health care in another (FREE)

Canada’s aging population puts a strain on government coffers

Canada’s aging population puts a strain on government coffers

But some careful fiscal management would mitigate the adverse effects of Canada’s aging population (FREE)

A tax turnaround that punishes the risk-takers

A tax turnaround that punishes the risk-takers

BATTY By targeting small business owners, the federal government is undermining the very essence of economic growth. And they’ve pulled this trick before (FREE to members)

Juggling fiscal terms doesn’t help Canada’s middle class

Juggling fiscal terms doesn’t help Canada’s middle class

When all of the Trudeau government’s changes are considered, 81 per cent of middle-class families now pay more in personal income taxes (FREE!)

Canadian business growth stymied by governments

Red tape, rising taxes, tax reform, increasing minimum wages and other policy initiatives all smother business investment

Fed’s small business tax tweaks won’t help the middle class

The uproar across the country to Ottawa’s small business tax reforms has triggered more back-pedalling, but no good solutions

Five ways small business is taking a tax blow to the head

Wouldn’t it be better to encourage small business ownership than punish it?

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