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March 29, 2013 |
The New Brunswick government is the latest provincial government to reverse the corporate tax cuts that the federal Conservative government had pressed provinces to make.
| March 25, 2013
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Toronto's guerrilla campaign to restore the public realm through transit

Photo: Jeff Samsonow/Flickr

It's hard not to watch Cyprus the way you watch one of those plucky little countries that appear in the World Cup and people root for. This week they rejected the European hierarchy's latest attack on its citizens. The plan involved swiping a portion of all savings accounts there in return for another bailout that won't work. It was so blatantly unfair to ordinary folks who, as usual, weren't to blame for the mess, that even Cypriot legislators voted it down.

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| February 11, 2013
Room ARC206, Architecture Building, Ryerson University. Photo: Steve Hoang/Flickr
| June 11, 2012
Occupy Wall St. Photo: Rob Sheridan/Flickr
| May 14, 2012
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B.C.'s regressive tax shift

November 6, 2011
| A recent report shows that the wealthy pay a lower overall provincial tax rate than the average citizen in B.C.
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