on November 15, 2017
Manitoba already beating BC and Canada without carbon taxManitoba WINNIPEG, MB: Even without a carbon tax, Manitoba is already showing strong results on environmental “potential indicators” identified by the provincial government, according to a report released today by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Cambridge Memorial Hospital copes with rising electricity bills despite falling usageOntario The electricity bill for the hospital has increased by $669,739 over six-year period, despite a 6.7 per cent usage reduction. Electricity bills have grown by 92 per cent for the hospital
Sweet Nothing: Fat and Sugar Taxes Don’t Reduce ObesityFederal OTTAWA, ON: In the midst of continued debate in Canada about the imposition of fat and sugar taxes, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today released a new study, Sweet Nothing: Real-World Evidence of Food and Drink Taxes and their Effect on Obesity which analyses the track record of food and drink taxes around the world.
SIGN PETITION: No Small Business Tax HikesFederal Minister Morneau’s proposals to change how business taxes apply to Canadian small businesses will mean a major tax hike for them.
on November 15, 2017
Ottawa Hospitals Show Rising Electricity CostsRead More
on November 13, 2017
Calgary's city council pension costs – updateQuick update on the cost of pension benefits provided to Calgary's city council... Read More
on October 29, 2017
Congratulations Jason Kenney...now let's look at those survey results againCongratulations to Jason Kenney on winning the United Conservative Party of Alberta's (UCP) leadership race. For those wondering where Jason Kenney stands on taxation, spending and accountability matters, you might find his responses to our survey of interest... Read More
on October 05, 2017
Edmonton Election Survey (2017)To help Edmonton taxpayers make informed decisions in the upcoming municipal election, we distributed a survey to candidates in mid-September, asking them about a variety of topics – this page includes candidates’ responses. Read More
on October 03, 2017
Calgary Election Survey (2017)To help Calgary taxpayers make informed decisions in the upcoming municipal election, we distributed a survey to candidates in mid-September, asking them about a variety of topics – this page includes candidates’ responses. Read More
on August 18, 2017
UCP Leadership SurveyThe four candidates running for leader of the United Conservative Party of Alberta (UCP) answered our survey. To learn more about where they stand on the issues, follow this link ... Read More
on August 10, 2017
Derek Fildebrandt renting out his taxpayer-subsidized apartmentSince news broke last night about former Alberta Director Derek Fildebrandt renting out his taxpayer-subsidized apartment in Edmonton on Airbnb, some Twitter trolls have claimed the CTF was ‘silent’ on the matter or that we were dismissing the issue … so here are the facts Read More
on June 19, 2017
ATL: Presentation To The House of Commons Standing Committee on Citizenship and ImmigrationIt’s all about the economy. The Atlantic economy is failing under high taxes, excessive regulations, a failure to explore our natural resources and large, costly bureaucracies. Fix the economy and we can attract thousands home as well as people from around the world. Read More
on April 19, 2017
BC: Lottery Corp Spent $158.8 Million on Advertising since 2010The BC Lottery Corp loves promoting itself. Read More
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