federal taxes

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Alberta Court of Appeal rejects carbon tax, protects provincial jurisdiction

The court concluded that Ottawa can't encroach upon provincial jurisdiction merely by citing climate change as a national concern.


1:49PM
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Any ‘Fair Deal’ for Alberta requires fundamental rethink of fiscal federalism in Canada

Between 2007 and 2018, Alberta workers contributed a net $12.3 billion to employment insurance.


9:45AM
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Canadians will pay for Trudeau government’s red ink

By 2024/25, federal debt is expected to hit $787.4 billion.


11:32AM
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Case for aggressive ‘climate’ policies much weaker than we’ve been led to believe

Some computer models predict catastrophic results, other projections are much more benign.


8:41AM
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Federal tax rate hikes may actually reduce revenues
Some taxpayers change their behaviour when tax rates increase.

9:21AM
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Alberta should learn from folly of federal tax increase

Ottawa increased the income tax rate for “top earners" from 29 per cent to 33 per cent.


11:34AM
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Budget advice—Bill Morneau, channel James Robb

"Work and thrift are the only sure roads to success."


1:34PM
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Canada has fallen asleep and must wake up—fast

Canadian provinces comprise nine of the 10 jurisdictions with the highest combined personal income tax rates in Canada and the U.S.