on April 16, 2014
CTF Calls for Convicted Politicians to Lose Pensions in SaskatchewanSaskatchewan The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) urged the Saskatchewan Government today to copy a piece of legislation being considered in Ottawa; Bill 518, the Protecting Taxpayers and Revoking Pensions of Convicted Politicians Act. If passed, the legislation would strip federal politicians of their golden pensions if they are caught stealing or committing serious crimes while in office.
CTF to Premier: Better Late Than Never!Ontario TORONTO, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is applauding Premier Kathleen Wynne's announcement on Monday to create a dedicated fund from existing gas taxes to pay for new transportation infrastructure.
Sign our Petition calling for the revoking of pensions for convicted MPs & Senators!Federal MPs and Senators should not collect their Parliamentary pension if convicted of defrauding taxpayers. SIGN OUR PETITION!
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on April 15, 2014
Tax Talk #47: A Tale of Two Provinces, w/ Colin CraigIt was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was a budget surplus, it was a budget deficit. It was a tax freeze, it was a tax increase. It was Saskatchewan, it was Manitoba. Yes, the two prairie provinces are trending in very different directions. Read More
on April 14, 2014
BC: ICBC Overcharged ThousandsICBC screws up again. Read More
on April 11, 2014
BC: Using Tax Dollars for Election Year AdsBurnaby taxpayers are paying big time to help Derek Corrigan's re-election bid. Read More
on April 10, 2014
BC: Dix Decision Delivers Dividends - For HimAdrian Dix's MLA pension got a big boost with his decision to cling to the NDP leadership for an extra year. Read More
on April 08, 2014
This Week in BC: Farming DirtThe CTF's Jordan Bateman comments on ALR changes. Read More
on April 07, 2014
Secrecy Surrounds Federal “Human Rights” MuseumAfter waiting for two years, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation finally got a response from the federal government with information about its new Canadian Museum for Human Rights. You may be surprised by what we uncovered... Read More
on April 07, 2014
Tax Talk #46: Flaherty Out, Oliver In w/ Gregory ThomasLast month, federal finance minister Jim Flaherty stepped down after eight years in the job. He was replaced a day later by Joe Oliver. The CTF's federal director, Gregory Thomas, joins Tax Talk host Jordan Bateman to talk about Flaherty's legacy and Oliver's future. Read More
on April 07, 2014
SK: New Expense Disclosure Rules a Step In The Right DirectionThe Wall government's new expense disclosure rules are a step in the right direction, but they fall short of what the best in Canada are doing in this regard. Read More
on April 04, 2014
CTF Release Calgary-Signal Hill Candidate QuestionnaireIn the new riding of Calgary-Signal Hill, whoever wins the Conservative nomination is in all likelihood going to be the Member of Parliament for that riding. As such, we asked the two candidates in the race five important questions. Read More
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