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Beer drinkers cast doubt on carbon taxes

June 26, 2018
Manitobans escaping the city and heading to the lake need two things: a full tank of gas and a cold case of beer. Carbon-tax advocates want to change the gas-tank-filling part of that summer tradition. They say increasing the cost of fuel with a carbon tax will reduce consumption and lower emissions. But that cold case of beer in the trunk tells a different story. View More

Province has “no idea” what’s happening with taxes

April 02, 2018
So have faith all ye weary and heavy laden taxpayers, ask not how or when tax relief will come, but ease your minds that all will be well in the end. Of course, there are always a few abominable apostates who prefer facts from budgets rather than partisan orthodoxy, so let’s double check. View More


Manitoba's looming debt crisis

December 17, 2012

CTF Prairie Director Colin Craig discusses the causes of Manitoba's rapidly growing debt and the provincial government's seeming indifference to the problem.

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More taxes in 2012 Manitoba Budget

May 07, 2012

The 2012 Manitoba Budget brought in new tax increases for provincial taxpayers -- from an increase in gas taxes and fees to an expansion of the provincial sales tax.

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Too Many Holes in Bi Pole 3 Plan

October 26, 2009

A coalition of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation’s (CTF) Colin Craig, former United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Committee President Jim Collinson, Electrical Engineering Specialist John Roschuk and University of Manitoba Professor Emeritus Jim Graham released today an analysis on the recently proposed BiPole 3 routes. View More

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