Canadian families in the top 20 per cent pay 55.9 per cent of all federal, provincial and municipal taxes.
An escalator that adjusts for inflation is merely maintaining the real purchasing power involved in the charge.
Capital formation in plant, machinery and equipment remains a major factor in growing our productivity and competitiveness.
Prime Minister Trudeau is on track to increase per-person federal debt more than any other prime minister in Canadian history who didn’t face a world war or economic recession.
Current policies seem to largely ignore fact that tax changes affect behaviour.
If you tax something less, you’ll likely get more of it.
The thrust of a lot of policy these days is to keep people working.
As the economic role of government expanded in 20th century Canada, governments lost sight of the law of diminishing returns.
Some of us are making a lot of money because we’re at that stage of life—others of us aren’t.