Canadian Taxpayers Federation reacts to Trudeau carbon tax announcement
October 23, 2018nadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) Federal Director Aaron Wudrick released the following statement in response to Prime Minister Trudeau’s carbon tax announcement.
Canadian Taxpayers Federation reacts to Ottawa punishing New Brunswickers with a carbon tax
October 23, 2018Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) Atlantic Director Paige MacPherson released the following statement in response to Ottawa’s carbon tax announcement this morning.
Taxpayers Federation stands with Saskatchewan in continued carbon tax fight
October 23, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is standing with Saskatchewan to fight Ottawa’s carbon tax announced by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today.
Taxpayers Federation stands with Manitoba in continued carbon tax fight
October 23, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is standing with Manitoba to fight Ottawa’s carbon tax announced by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today.
Canadian Taxpayers Federation opposes Nova Scotia government's unnecessary cap-and-trade carbon tax
October 23, 2018Today’s announcement shows that Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil is willingly selling Nova Scotians down the river to Ottawa by imposing an unnecessary cap-and-trade carbon tax.
Taxpayers Federation endorses Sweden's bid for their first winter Olympics
October 22, 2018Today, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) officially announced its support for Stockholm’s bid for the 2026 winter games.
Taxpayers Federation calls out Alberta government for wasting money on Olympics
October 19, 2018Today, Canadian Taxpayers Federation’s (CTF’s) Alberta Director, Franco Terrazzano, called out the Alberta government for committing to spend $700 million on another Calgary Olympics.
Canadian Taxpayers Federation supports review of Hydro debacles
October 18, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is applauding Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister for launching a review of multi-billion-dollar debacles at Manitoba Hydro.
Canadian Taxpayers Federation delivers scissors to Morneau to help him cut spending
October 15, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation delivered a pair of oversized scissors to Finance Canada today to encourage Finance Minister Bill Morneau to start cutting spending.
Taxpayers Federation against Alberta government's decision to fund Olympics
October 12, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is disappointed with the Alberta government’s decision to contribute $700 million towards the 2026 Calgary winter Olympic games.
Taxpayers Federation urges Calgarians not to bet on the Olympics to solve city's challenges
October 11, 2018At a news conference in one of Calgary’s many empty office spaces, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) outlined why Calgarians should not bet on the Olympics to solve the city’s current challenges.
Shut down or sell the Yarmouth ferry
October 10, 2018The CTF is calling on the Nova Scotia government to shut down or sell off the Yarmouth ferry following a news report showing the ferry service is set to move the terminal to Bar Harbor, putting Nova Scotia taxpayers on the hook for more tax dollars.
Taxpayers Federation calls on whistleblower to release more Calgary Olympic secrets
October 04, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) has outlined a number of questions that Calgarians still need answered before they can make an informed vote on the Olympics.
Canadian Taxpayers Federation applauds Manitoba for rejecting the carbon tax
October 03, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is applauding Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister for rejecting a carbon tax.
Communiqué: Selon un nouveau rapport du Directeur parlementaire du budget, le gouvernement du Québec peut réduire les impôts
September 28, 2018Selon le Rapport sur la viabilité financière 2018 déposé hier par le Directeur parlementaire du budget, le gouvernement du Québec dispose d’une marge de manœuvre fiscale équivalant à 1,6% du PIB
Taxpayers Federation calls on Alberta government to cut spending to avoid budget catastrophe
September 28, 2018A report released by the Parliamentary Budget Office yesterday shows Alberta is heading towards a fiscal nightmare.
Canadian Taxpayers Federation demands an investigation into stadium-loan debacle
September 27, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) called today for a comprehensive investigation into the Winnipeg stadium deal that has now saddled taxpayers with more than $200 million in costs due to loans being written off.
Taxpayers Federation applauds Olympics whistleblower
September 25, 2018The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is applauding a City of Calgary whistleblower who has leaked municipal documents that highlight the city’s concerns over additional costs not included in the Olympics price tag.
Québec solidaire propose de piger dans l’épargne des Québécois et Québécoises
September 21, 2018Dans le cadre de sa stratégie de transition énergétique, Québec solidaire propose de piger dans les comptes d’épargne libre d’impôt (CELI) des Québécois pour financer certains projets.
Taxpayers: Stop wasting money and stop strangling job growth
September 18, 2018CTF presents Taxpayers Top Five at B.C. Finance Committee Urges government to stop hiking taxes and balance the budget
La Fédération canadienne des contribuables réagit à la promesse de hausse de la subvention à l’achat de véhicules électriques du PLQ
September 17, 2018Les subventions à l’achat de véhicules électriques ont coûté au-delà de 167 millions de dollars au cours des cinq dernières années, et ont donné peu de résultats.
Canadian Taxpayers Federation reacts to Superior Court decision regarding Bill 5
September 10, 2018"We are disappointed in the court’s decision to overturn Bill 5. While the timing of the bill was not ideal, the City's election period runs nearly six months long and this bill was introduced nearly three months before the election date, which is still longer than federal and provincial writ periods. Waiting an additional four years to reduce the size of city council is a missed opportunity to save taxpayers money.