on December 06, 2016
Lessons from Australia - Carbon Tax FailureFederal
Spending can't go up when revenues go downSaskatchewan Saskatchewan’s operational deficit is now more than a billion dollars, according to the province’s mid-year fiscal update. Diving that deeply into debt is a serious threat to the province’s financial health. It’s time to make tough decisions.
To Alberta, from Quebec: Don’t copy our failed government daycare planAlberta, Quebec The Alberta government announced on Tuesday that it is inching forward with its plan for $25-per-day daycare. As it turns out, Quebec has already tried this policy, and in practice, it was wrought with problems.
First Nations Activist Launches Court Application Demanding TransparencyFederal Taxpayers Federation co-applicants in inaugural citizen-initiated First Nations Financial Transparency Act application
on December 05, 2016
BC: Evergreen Line $173M over budget, 2 years lateDon't believe the government's spin. Read More
on December 01, 2016
BC: Vancouver City Hall Makes $1.5 Million BlunderWho's head will roll for this one? Read More
on November 30, 2016
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateMore than 90% of BC First Nations have now filed their disclosures. Read More
on November 29, 2016
BC: Robertson Puts Ideology Ahead of ConstituentsVancouver City Hall keeps making it more expensive to live in Vancouver. Read More
on November 28, 2016
BC: Vancouver Hikes Taxes (Again) and Grows $100K ClubWant to afford a house in Vancouver? Better work for the City. Read More
on November 23, 2016
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateThree more bands filed, four more entries in the $100,000 club. Read More
on November 21, 2016
BC: Cut Your Own Christmas Tree on Crown Land - For FreeCan you believe it? Something free from the government? Read More
on November 18, 2016
Guest Post: Defending the First Nations Financial Transparency ActA guest writer makes the case for the federal government to enforce the FNFTA. Read More
on November 18, 2016
Tax Talk: Red Tape Diaries - How 107 Taxes are Choking Vancouver's Housing SupplyJordan Bateman speaks to a Generation Screwed event. Read More
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