on September 28, 2016
Time to judge government by its actionsManitoba Governments are judged by their actions and there’s been a lot of action coming from the Manitoba government lately.
Alberta government rubbing salt in the woundAlberta The Alberta government didn’t drop the price of oil. The government didn’t spark the recession. But they are certainly fanning the flames.
BC: Vancouver’s Pending Natural Gas Ban Must Be StoppedBritish Columbia - Average family faces annual utility hike of $1,400 – plus thousands for conversion - FortisBC reports more than 108,000 natural gas customers in Vancouver
ON allocates millions more cigarettes to reserves than can be legally smoked, losing millions in tax revenueOntario • Data obtained through freedom of information reveals that the government has foregone $9.2 billion over eight years in tobacco taxes • Calculations reveal that government is allocating 313 million cigarettes more to aboriginal reserves than can be legally sold or consumed
on September 26, 2016
BC: Did BCIT Fib about the cost of their Sleep Pods?The media reported each BCIT sleep pod as costing $2,200 - turns out they were close to double that. Read More
on September 23, 2016
BC: Tax Talk with Aaron WudrickWe look at the Liberals' latest expense blunders and fall 2016 legislative agenda. Read More
on September 21, 2016
BC Pre-Budget-O-Meter Day 2 - $3.24 BillionThe prebudget committee went to Cranbrook and Kamloops, and heard nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars worth of funding requests. Read More
on September 20, 2016
BC Pre-Budget-O-Meter Day 1 - $2.5 BillionIt's only been one day, and the BC Government's pre-budget committee has already heard $2.5 billion in spending requests. Read More
on September 19, 2016
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateOur weekly look at filings under the First Nations Financial Transparency Act. Read More
on September 16, 2016
Tax Talk: Ontario Hydr-OH NO SHE DIDN'T!The weekly podcast of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. Read More
on September 12, 2016
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateWe're down to 45 bands left to file. Read More
on September 07, 2016
BC Wastes $65,000 on a Highway Anniversary PlaqueYour tax dollars at work. Read More
on September 06, 2016
BC: FNFTA Weekly UpdateAnother look at the First Nations Financial Transparency Act salary filings in BC. Read More
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