on August 18, 2017
CTF study: Who pays Canada's income tax bill?Federal In the midst of the debate over the federal government’s proposed tax changes, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation released a study, Who Pays Income Tax?
Grill local candidates about spendingAlberta If a municipal election candidate knocked on your door today, have you thought about what you might ask them? Here are some questions the Canadian Taxpayers Federation recommends asking local candidates...
CTF to Morneau: back off your small business tax hikesFederal OTTAWA, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation’s (CTF) took to the sky over Ottawa today to express its opposition to the contentious small business tax changes being proposed by Finance Minister Bill Morneau. The banner towed behind a small plane read: “No Small Biz Tax Hike”
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 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
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
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