“We absolutely did get smacked today,” Kris Sims, BC director for the Canadian Taxpayers Association said.
Following a record $24 billion deficit in 2020, the CTF said the 2021 Alberta budget on February 25 needs to show much-needed fiscal restraint.
“Prime ministers are entitled to take vacations like anyone else, but they’re not entitled to stick taxpayers with a six-figure flight bill so they can sip...
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney promised to hold a referendum regarding the federal equalization program on Oct. 18, 2021, following the recommendation from the Fair Deal Panel.
A lack of pipelines is costing the federal government $13 billion in lost revenue, said Terrazzano.
Kenney promised recall legislation when he was campaigning in 2019 and has made the vow again after the election.
“Premier Jason Kenney said he doesn’t think he can sanction elected officials for travelling abroad while families and businesses were locked down during the holidays, but...
The budget estimated that de-indexation of the income tax system would cost Albertans $196 million in 2021.
Bracket creep happens when governments don’t move their tax brackets with inflation.
Alberta's United Conservative Party inked its spot on the Taxpayers’ Naughty List for taking the federal wage subsidy, a payment meant for struggling businesses.