Ontarians voted in the last election for a measured and controlled approach to deficit reduction by restraining program spending to below inflation and population growth.
To cure our economic ills, we need a good diagnosis and the right medicine.The problem with the Canadian economy is not too much government debt or too big a deficit.
An analysis of Harper's Davos speech, its policy implications and some ideas to stop him.
Harper's speech in Davos covers two areas: job creation and economic stability, and managing immigration. Read on for an analysis of the speech, its policy implications and some ideas to stop Harper.
Harper and Flaherty are frustrated with "corporate cash sitting on the sidelines." A new CLC study on the effect of corporate tax cuts shows they have good reason for their frustration!
Failure to adopt policies that could be used to fund sustainable public services is misguided and costs billions in revenue
The stock option deduction, which allows CEOs and executives to pay tax at half the rate of ordinary working income, is estimated to cost the federal government $725 million last year.
Let's look at the national policy agenda for 2012 in terms of the spectres of increasing inequality and unsustainable development.
In a policy paper released on November 28, Brian Topp shares his views on the Canadian tax system, and proposals for improving it.
Dec 9, 2011
Johanna B. Oosterveld Centre
2103 Gottingen StreetHalifax , NS
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Public Meeting with Neil Brooks, co-author of The Trouble with Billionaires