on April 29, 2016
You’re Almost Out of Time to Read the Income Tax Act Before Filing DeadlineFederal With only about two days left to the April 30 midnight tax filing deadline, it may already be too late to try and read the federal Income Tax Act. That’s because it’s 3,060 pages long – that’s 1,065,588 words – and would take the average reader more than 59 hours to read (not that many would want to).
CTF Congratulates Bombardier, Looks Forward to Bailout Request WithdrawalFederal Today the CTF offered Bombardier its congratulations on landing a major order for its CSeries planes from Delta Air Lines, which could ultimately be worth up to $5.6 billion.
Ontario Should Stop Subsidizing Luxury Vehicles for MillionairesOntario • Ontario has spent over $39 million in taxpayer money on subsidies for electric vehicles • Subsidies include $14,243,710.50 for luxury cars that retail over $70,000, and $867,679 for cars that retail over $100,000
Manitoba MLAs need to fix pension planManitoba The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is calling on newly elected Manitoba MLAs to reform their own pension plan. Currently, MLAs have a defined benefit pension plan that pays out specific amounts regardless of the amount they actually contribute.
on April 26, 2016
BC: Get Rid of the Sunday BonusWhy should TransLink employees get paid 25% more just to work Sundays? Read More
on April 25, 2016
BC: Kathy Corrigan Calls it QuitsAnother BC MLA is riding into the sunset with a pretty nice pension. Read More
on April 20, 2016
AHS managers excessive sick days a good place for government savingsIf the Alberta government is looking for cost savings, here’s a good place to start. Read More
on April 19, 2016
BC: McRae Retiring, Takes $41K Pension With HimTracking the pensions of retiring BC MLAs. Read More
on April 19, 2016
BC: MP Watts's Office Still UnopenedWhere do people go to get help with the federal government? Read More
on April 15, 2016
BC: First They Close The Schools, Then They PartyOh, Okanagan trustees. Read More
on April 14, 2016
Let's Talk Taxes Video: Ontario Has A Lot To Learn From BCA video version of a recent op/ed by Christine Van Geyn and Jordan Bateman. Read More
on April 11, 2016
BC: Double Dipping in Penticton - And We Ain't Talking Okanagan & Skaha LakesRetire, start your pension, then go back to work on contract. It's the Okanagan Skaha School Board way. Read More
on April 08, 2016
Tax Talk Live #16 - SK Election and CDN LibertarianismBrad Wall wins, and the CPC leadership hopefuls aren't all that Libertarian. Read More
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