on April 19, 2017
Another 'revenue neutral' carbon tax that's anything butAlberta, Federal Last week, the Trudeau government announced a ‘technical paper’ on its proposed federal carbon tax which suggests it will mimic Alberta’s carbon tax plan, quashing the optimism of those who believed the federal government when they said their carbon tax would be revenue neutral.
Sault Area Hospital electricity costs soarOntario • $443,918 (20.5%) increase in the cost of electricity to Sault Area hospital since 2013
Contract Opportunity: Interim Alberta Communications DirectorAlberta The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has a 14-month maternity leave contract opportunity for the position of Interim Communications Director – Alberta.
Career Opportunity: British Columbia DirectorBritish Columbia The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF), Canada’s leading non-partisan, not-for-profit, citizens’ advocacy group dedicated to lower taxes, less waste and accountable government has an opening for the position of Communications Director – British Columbia.
on April 18, 2017
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateOnly 6 left. Read More
on April 10, 2017
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateEight B.C. bands left to file in 2015-16. Read More
on April 10, 2017
Capital gains tax from the sale of your primary residence?We’ve received a few emails recently from people concerned that they now have to report the sale of their home when filing taxes. The concern is that this may mean the government is looking to charge taxes on the money you make when you sell your home. Read More
on April 04, 2017
BC: Gregor Wastes $323,000 To Appease His Fellow IdeologuesJust govern Vancouver properly, Your Worship. Read More
on March 31, 2017
BC: Green Party Rolls Out Tax Hike PlanAn Andrew Weaver government would be an expensive one. Read More
on March 30, 2017
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateOnly 9 BC bands left to file their 2015-16 financials. Read More
on March 16, 2017
NS: Former NS Liberal Leader Gets Big Pay Day Thanks to Contract From McNeil GovernmentThe Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is calling on the McNeil government to cancel an $800,000 contract with Engage Nova Scotia after new documents obtained through the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act shows the organization is projected to pay a former Liberal leader $13,584 a month. Read More
on March 14, 2017
BC: Chopping Down Trees in Gregor's Greenest CityTrees vs. bikes - no question for Gregor Robertson. He'll take bikes every time. Read More
on March 10, 2017
Tax Talk Live - the 2017 Teddy Waste AwardsThe best of the worst of government waste Read More
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