Charles Lammam is director of fiscal studies with the Fraser Institute, a research and public policy organization.
…to restore Canada’s business tax advantage over the US.
A better plan would be a work-based subsidy that provides a cash transfer
Could reduce domestic investment up to $114 billion from 2019 to 2030.
Clear warning signs yet Ottawa and many of the provinces have done nothing to respond.
Government-mandated increases tend to lead employers to reduce worker count.
Proposed US cuts to tax rates would reduce Canada’s competitiveness in attracting investment, workers and entrepreneurs.
Eliminating a large number of ineffective tax expenditures could reduce personal income tax rates.
Budget deficits are once again becoming routine in Ottawa