Manitoba’s Naughty and Nice List
By Canadian Taxpayers Federation
As we inch closer to Christmas, let’s take a moment to imagine what Santa’s ‘naughty and nice’ list might have to say about politicians and government bodies in Manitoba.We Don’t Want Tax Rates Indexed to Inflation
By Sierra Rayne
In the run-up to next year’s budgeting at the municipal level in Saskatchewan, a strange trend has emerged. Apparently at least one city is comparing tax rate trends over the past quarter-century to inflation in an attempt to make the case that tax rates themselves have not risen as fast as the consumer price index—and ergo, we need higher taxes.Charitable giving on the decline in Canada, Ontario experiences steep drop in generosity
By Fraser Institute
VANCOUVER—During the holidays, many Canadians think about giving, yet fewer are donating to registered charities—and those who give are giving less, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.