tax system

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Jun 25, 2012
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What's next for Mulcair's NDP?

Gerry Caplan
Over the next three years, the NDP has a rare opportunity to focus on the multitude of areas that must be firmed up if it's to be taken seriously as a government-in-waiting.
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Jun 22, 2012
Robin Hood tax. Image: Ferran Esteve/Flickr

Strong public support for financial transaction taxes

Toby Sanger
An international poll commissioned by the International Trade Union Confederation found very strong support in many countries, including Canada, for the introduction of Financial Transaction Taxes.
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Jun 8, 2012
Chocolate coins. Photo: Dan Dvorscak/Flickr

How to fix income inequality: The experts weigh in

Trish Hennessy
Most Canadians say that deep income inequality undermines Canadian values. But what, some ask, can be done about income inequality? I turned to leading thinkers on this issue for answers.
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May 14, 2012
Occupy Wall St. Photo: Rob Sheridan/Flickr

Revivals of protest in the class war

Gerry Caplan
If the 1 per cent are still winning the brutal class war, the 99 per cent are not yet surrendering. Portents of hope are everywhere.
Blog
May 1, 2012
Photo: 401kcalculator.org/Flickr

Tax Day's birthday presence

Erika Shaker
This year, once again, I'll celebrate my birthday as Canadians file their tax returns. As maligned as the whole process is, I actually don't get all angst-y about paying my taxes.
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Apr 30, 2012
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Quebec tuition: Between a rock and hard place?

Nick Falvo
The current "crisis" in Quebec over tuition fees has been created by federal governments that have defunded Canadian universities, putting provincial governments "between a rock and a hard place."

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