personal income taxes

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Trudeau government should learn from Chrétien-era tax relief

Canada's economy is expected to grow by a tepid 1.6 per cent in 2020.


1:21PM
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Nova Scotia budget is balanced, but concerns loom over debt and taxes

The province projects a $535 million increase in net debt this year alone.


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Trudeau government making wrong type of tax cuts

Nine of the provinces are in the top 10 jurisdictions in North America with the highest personal income tax rates.


10:04AM
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Next federal government should target corporate income taxes

Investment by Canadians abroad has increased while foreign investment into Canada has decreased.


10:18AM
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Alberta budget should target personal income taxes

The top combined personal income tax rate in Alberta is now 48 per cent compared to 39 per cent in 2014.


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.


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June 14 is Tax Freedom Day in Canada—but don’t pop the champagne yet

The federal government and three provinces—Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta—are expected to run budget deficits this year.


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Quick summary of the zillionaires’ externality
Geese don’t lay golden eggs unless they get to keep some of them.