on February 17, 2017
Nanos Poll Shows Ontarians Oppose Both Wynne and Brown on Carbon TaxesOntario Poll commissioned by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation shows over 60 per cent of Ontarians oppose cap and trade. Poll also reveals 58 per cent of Ontarians less likely to vote for a politician who supports a carbon tax on gasoline and heating fuels
The NDP must find its way on carbon taxesSaskatchewan Saskatchewanians across the political spectrum are worried a carbon tax will make it harder for them to drive to work and heat their homes, but won’t actually the environment. If both sides of the Legislature unite in the fight against carbon taxes, it will send a strong message to Ottawa. The NDP must chart the correct course on carbon taxes to find its way out of the wilderness.
Ten Reasons The Bombardier Bailout Is Bad NewsFederal Last week, the Trudeau government announced a $372.5 million ‘repayable loan’ to Bombardier, who had been asking for $1.3 billion in support for it’s C-Series aircraft since November 2015. While Bombardier executives are all smiles at this announcement, here are ten reasons why this bailout is bad news for Canadians.
Career Opportunity: Director of Special ProjectsThe Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF), Canada’s leading non-partisan, not-for-profit citizens’ advocacy group dedicated to lower taxes, less waste and more accountable government, has an opening for the position of Director of Special Projects.
on February 15, 2017
BC: Throne Speech 2017What will the BC Liberals take into the May 9 election? Read More
on February 07, 2017
BC: FNFTA Weekly Update12 to go... Read More
on February 06, 2017
BC: TransLink Wastes Money Clearing Empty Parking LotA 2014 Teddy Waste Award winner is back on the waste radar. Read More
on February 03, 2017
Tax Talk Live - The Week That WasPaige and Jordan got together on Facebook Live to talk property taxes, Alberta budget, carbon tax, the Olympics and more. Read More
on February 02, 2017
BC: CloudBC Still Spending Lots and Delivering LittleCloudBC is still murky. Read More
on January 26, 2017
Tax Talk Live - Trudeau Town HallsAnother episode of our podcast. Read More
on January 18, 2017
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateTwo more bands filed - leaving just 13 to go. Read More
on January 18, 2017
Tax Talk/Facebook Live: The Carbon Tax ArrivesWe make our debut on Facebook! Read More
on January 16, 2017
BC: Here Comes High Electricity BillsVancouver Island heating costs are a stern warning for Vancouverites. Read More
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