About those taxes (V)

Michael Ignatieff scrums in Niagara Falls.

“No honest politician faced with an C$80 billion ($66 billion) deficit will take anything off the table because Canadians do not want — they’re allergic to — long-term structural deficits,” the Liberal Party leader told reporters in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

“But I will do anything I can, and any sensible politician will do anything they can, to avoid increasing the tax burden on Canadians, especially now, and hopefully later as well.”

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