Ted Menzies says foreign aid, the budget says tax measures
The NDP leader refuses to target the rich
VICTORIA – Exuberant British Columbians celebrated the power of direct democracy in August 2011 when they voted to kill the harmonized sales tax, but in the windowless, bunker-like rooms in
What students are talking about today (February 28th)
OTTAWA – A major seniors’ group called on the government Thursday to return to routinely mailing income tax forms but the minister in charge she doesn’t plan to take that
OTTAWA – Statistics Canada says the top one per cent of the country’s 25.5 million tax filers accounted for 10.6 per cent of the nation’s total income in 2010, down
Former Liberal MP Martha Hall Findlay does, apparently.
An important thing she mentioned was that if she were elected, and the LPC won a majority government (and only a majority),
Disappearing bike lanes, pricy picture-hanging, strip club cash
The Globe wonders whether this will be the year we learn to love taxes.
It’s all part of a remarkable embrace of taxes, not only for the wealthy but for
Expensive OJ, sausage research and a report on ‘hi’ in Quebec
Blue Bombers season tickets, caviar and Black Eyed Peas
What students are talking about today (January 2nd)
Outdoor advertising industry cries foul
The leader of the NDP talks to Aaron Wherry about Layton’s legacy, carbon pricing, the Liberal leadership race and Twitter
The finance committee has released its report on its pre-budget consultations. Among the recommendations is a review of the tax system, including perhaps a royal commission.
That the federal government
A dull day in the House is not entirely wasted
The idea of what constitutes a tax has expanded somewhat over the last few weeks to include measures that create government revenue and measures that raise costs. On that note,