Last month, Alberta’s municipal affairs minister signed a ministerial order that allowed some private affordable housing providers to be exempt from paying property taxes.
That’s despite a promise by Jason Kenney in 2019 for no changes to the current personal income tax system.
I looked at head office data for Alberta during 2012 and 2019 and compared it to other provinces.
Yep. You read that right. Negative $212 million.
While the deficit is projected at 57% lower now than February’s original projection, it’s not because the UCP are deficit-slaying masters.
Vast majority of voters in all major parties want large corporations and the rich to pay more in taxes.
Tourmaline Oil Corp., a Calgary-based oil and gas company, has been meeting with Alberta government officials since last summer asking them to consider making changes to municipal taxes. According to the Alberta Lobbyist Registry, the company hired the Toronto-based lobbying firm Counsel Public Affairs Inc. last August. Two days later, CPA filed an initial return […]
He left out some details that I thought I’d clarify.
The main difference between a service performed by the public sector and the same service performed by the private sector is that the latter must generate a profit. That profit has 2 financial effects: it drives up prices or it drives down quality, which the purpose of either is to increase the profits generated. And […]
If passed, the referendum ultimately will change nothing for Alberta and will cost us over a million dollars in the process.