Senate Scandal Requires Accountability Act 2.0Federal “When the Conservatives were elected in 2006 they brought in the first Accountability Act in response to the sponsorship scandal, now it’s time for the Accountability Act 2.0 to clean up the senate expense scandal,” said Gregory Thomas, Federal Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Stop the $1.6 Billion Tax-on-Tax Grab on Gasoline and DieselFederal The Canadian Taxpayers Federation call on governments to end the tax-on-tax practice for gasoline and diesel, marking the organization’s 15th annual Gas Tax Honesty Day.
B.C. MLA Pension Payouts Top $26 MillionBritish Columbia CTF releases complete list of calculations for MLAs who chose not to run or were defeated in the May 2013 B.C. election.
SK: Police Better Than Photo RadarSaskatchewan If the Saskatchewan government wants to improve safety in construction zones, it should use real police or transport officers rather than photo radar.
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The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) released documents today showing the cost of negotiating dams in northern Manitoba has now skyrocketed to $220 million ($223,600,000 including Bipole III). In the past, whistleblowers raised concerns about some of the funds being used to pay people to attend meetings and door prizes such as Xboxes, TVs and deepfreezes.
A photo of an unidentified Niagara Regional Police officer, apparently asleep in her cruiser, has become a local Internet sensation. The undated photo taken at an unidentified location shows a blond police officer sitting in her unlocked cruiser, hands folded across her lap, mouth open, evidently asleep.