Businesses Against Corporate Welfare
To Alberta’s elected officials,
More corporate welfare means more debt and higher taxes. This doesn’t help my business; it only makes things harder. It’s tough enough to succeed and it’s tougher when politicians are driving up costs and handing tax dollars to potential competitors.
My business is calling on Alberta’s elected officials to promote economic development without corporate welfare. This means ending direct subsidies to a select few hand-picked businesses, ending niche tax credits to specific industries and ending the loans, grants and guarantees for pet projects. Politicians can help all businesses succeed by keeping taxes low for everyone, removing unnecessary red tape and better prioritizing how tax dollars are spent.
As an Alberta business owner and job creator, I am calling on you to end corporate welfare in this province.
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Thank you signing the letter calling for an end corporate welfare in Alberta
You have the power to change who influences politics in our country: big unions, big corporations and government-funded special interest groups can be challenged by the contributions of thousands of individual taxpayers who care to make a difference.
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Thank you signing the letter calling for an end corporate welfare in Alberta
You have the power to change who influences politics in our country: big unions, big corporations and government-funded special interest groups can be challenged by the contributions of thousands of individual taxpayers who care to make a difference.
Help us fight against corporate welfare, your support will help us get the message out to as many Canadians as possible.