on July 11, 2018
Taxpayers Federation applauds Throne Speech commitment to end Ontario’s carbon taxOntario
Global Affairs Canada has spent $127k on crystal glass and stemware since 2016Federal Federal Director Aaron Wudrick released documents obtained through Access to Information by the CTF showing that since 2016, Global Affairs Canada has spent more than $127,000 on crystal glassware.
Career Opportunity: Executive Director of Generation ScrewedFederal The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF), Canada’s leading non-partisan, not-for-profit citizens’ advocacy group dedicated to lower taxes, less waste and more accountable government, has an opening for the position of Executive Director of Generation Screwed.
Career Opportunity: Alberta Communications DirectorAlberta, Federal The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF), Canada’s leading non-partisan, not-for-profit, citizens’ advocacy group dedicated to lower taxes, less waste and accountable government has an opening for the position of Alberta Communications Director.
on June 18, 2018
Response to Councillor GondekCalgary City Councillor Jyoti Gondek recently defended council's golden pension in a Facebook post ... and criticized CTF research on the matter. Here is our response ... Read More
on May 24, 2018
ASBA Document – ObtainedRecently we obtained a copy of a budget document related to the Alberta School Boards Association upcoming budget ... Read More
on May 13, 2018
Calgary's golf courses drowning in red inkEarlier this year the Canadian Taxpayers Federation filed a Freedom of Information request with the City of Calgary to obtain revenue and expenditure figures for the city’s six golf courses. The city’s response shows the courses are drowning in red ink. Read More
on May 10, 2018
Dining in the sky on taxpayers’ dimeHave you ever wondered what politicians eat when they’re travelling? We were curious to find out (and to find out how much it cost taxpayers) so we filed some Access to Information requests for the food consumed on the Prime Minister’s plane for a few months last year. Read More
on April 30, 2018
Suzuki’s Large Carbon FootprintWe took a closer look at David Suzuki's carbon footprint... Read More
on April 16, 2018
The Olympics’ Long History of Bid CorruptionThe Olympics have a long history when it comes to bribes when it comes to selecting host cities... Read More
on April 13, 2018
Calgary's Olympic Bid: Top 5 GaffesIt’s not clear who is really pushing a Calgary Olympic bid behind the scenes, but it’s pretty clear the process has been a mess. Here are the “top 5 gaffes” related to Calgary’s Olympic bid exploration efforts so far... Read More
on April 10, 2018
Update on the high-flying CRTC CommissionerLast month we introduced you to Stephen B.Simpson, the CRTC’s British Columbia & Yukon commissioner and his preference for expensive flights and suggested maybe he stay home in BC. Except it turns out maybe his home isn’t even in BC. Read More
on April 05, 2018
Ontario's Auditor General responds to CTF supportersRead More
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