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CAMPAGNE: ON: Property Tax Cap

Property taxes continue to climb at alarming rates.

CAMPAGNE: Ontario Energy Overhaul

While Hydro ratepayers in Ontario are dealing with soaring energy bills and the relentless “debt retirement charge," Ontario taxpayers are forced to subsidize failed green energy schemes.

CAMPAGNE: Axe the Travel Tax

Flying is one of the most heavily taxed activities in Canada.
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ON: No Per Vote Taxpayer Subsidy to Political Parties

Ontario
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ON: Stop the Government's Plan to Double the Land Transfer Tax!

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ON: Don't Force Commuters to Pay Twice for Infrastructure

Ontario
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ON: End the Government’s Monopoly of Liquor!

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ON: Cap Property Taxes and Limit Municipal Taxation

Ontario
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In the face of new advertising laws, political free speech needs an advocate

November 23, 2017
Political free speech is in need of a champion in Canada—and new advertising laws in two of Canada’s most populous provinces prove it.In 2016, Ontario broadened the definition of political advertising to de facto include any and all political speech. Any individual or organization in Ontario that spends more than $500 to publicize their position on an “issue that can reasonably be regarded as closely associated with a registered party or its leader” is now engaging in political advertising. In 2017, Alberta made a similar move, though the province’s threshold is $1,000, and its definition of political advertising is slightly different, but similarly broad—including messages that “[take] a position on an issue with which a registered party [or politician] is associated.” View More

DANS LES MÉDIAS

Drastic cuts needed in Ontario

February 22, 2012

Canadian Taxpayers Federation Federal/Ontario Director Gregory Thomas joins a discussion on the radical spending cuts called for in Ontario by economist Don Drummond. Gregory says the Ontario government is running a cadillac service and cuts are necessary.

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