on January 10, 2020
Eaton Named ChairNational The CTF announced the appointment of Michelle Eaton of Toronto as Chair of its Board of Directors
No Taxpayers’ Money for Meghan and HarryFederal The Canadian Taxpayers Federation launched a petition opposing ongoing taxpayer support for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
New Years Tax ChangesNational The Canadian Taxpayers Federation released its annual New Year’s Tax Changes report that highlights the impact of income-related tax changes.
Taxpayers Federation slams ballooning deficit in federal economic and fiscal updateCanadian Taxpayers Federation releaseda following statement in response to the federal economic and fiscal update
on July 30, 2019
Why are some councillors in a rush to give the Flames owners hundreds of millions?Councillors need to remember they work for Calgary taxpayers, not the owners of a professional hockey team and cut the eagerness to unnecessarily waste hundreds of millions of dollars, and give taxpayers a real chance to have their say. Read More
on May 17, 2019
Nova Scotians pinched at the pumps by rising gas taxesThe Canadian Taxpayers Federation's 21st annual Gas Tax Honesty report showed that a large portion of what Nova Scotia drivers pay at the gas pumps is actually tax. Read More
on December 07, 2018
Keating's False StatementsThe following is a guest blog post by Colin Craig concerning comments by Councillor Keating about city council's golden pension plan, and Keating's recent comments about the city's retirement bonuses. Read More
on October 25, 2018
QC: Et si un courriel pouvait faire épargner 1,5G$ aux Québécois?Aidez-nous à enfoncer le dernier clou dans le cercueil du projet Apuiat! Read More
on October 19, 2018
What Queen's Park "severance policy" is Patrick Brown talking about? We have a copyPatrick's math doesn't add up - he used a loophole to pay his friends' severence Read More
on October 17, 2018
Cost to Calgary households to host 2026 OlympicsThe CTF has released analysis that shows a Calgary household will have to pay at least $2,000 extra to host the 2026 winter Olympics. Read More
on September 14, 2018
The Numbers are in: Olympics will Cost Taxpayers a Pretty PennyThis week, Calgary’s official Olympic bidding organization, “BidCo,” released their hosting plans for the 2026 winter games. The plan outlines how much the Olympics is expected to cost, infrastructure plans, expected revenues, and the total bill that must be covered by taxpayers. Let’s take a closer look at BidCo’s hosting plan and the potential bill (a little foreshadowing: taxpayers are expected to fork up a pretty penny). Read More
on August 23, 2018
City of Calgary – Lots of room for improvementWe routinely hear the City of Calgary either has to raise taxes or cut services. This blog post shows that's just not true ... Read More
on August 17, 2018
A high-level bureaucrat just bought a Tesla with your moneyDespite making $415,000 per year, Investissement Québec CEO Pierre-Gabriel Côté wants you to pay for his new luxury car. Read More
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