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Clueless Trudeau government botches tax reform

The amount of taxes extracted from working Canadians driven by “modest deficits” spiralling out of control By Gwyn Morgan Contributor Troy Media The throaty growl coming from entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers and even farmers across the country in response to Finance…
Big spending, big problems on the horizon for B.C. government

Despite the promise of yet more new programs to come, there’s actually little room in the budget for more spending By Charles Lammam & Milagros Palacios The Fraser Institute British Columbia’s new government has tabled its first budget, proposing to…
B.C. budget abandons any hope for efficient carbon tax

Subsidizing green projects with revenue from carbon taxes may be politically popular but it’s fundamentally misguided policy By Kenneth P. Green, Elmira Aliakbari & Ashley Stedman The Fraser Institute In its first budget, B.C. Premier John Horgan’s government recently said…
Measuring Canada’s history and those who helped make us great

It’s a conceit of every generation that they alone are free from poor judgments, intellectual shortcomings and historical myopia By Brian Lee Crowley Managing director Macdonald-Laurier Institute Should efforts to exile Canada’s pre-eminent founder, Sir John A. Macdonald, to the…
Another Trudeau turns on Western Canada

Justin risks a similar fate to his father’s if he also allows the radical wing of his party to undermine the economy By Robert McGarvey Columnist, Troy Media The 2015 federal election campaign may be fading from our memory but…
Ensure you’re insured if you travel south

If you’re over 55 and planning an extended trip down south, there are a few things you should know about extended stay travel insurance. In a recent TD Insurance survey of snowbirds who are planning to travel, almost one in…