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Full Pundit: Why Stephen Harper should love carbon taxes (and other doomed arguments)

WEEKEND ROUNDUP

The election clock is ticking
Getting oil out of the ground in Alberta isn’t the big emissions issue, The Globe and Mail‘s editorialists… 1,652 more words

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TransLink tops Canadian Taxpayers’ Federation naughty list

The Canadian Taxpayers’ Federation has picked a familiar target to top its annual Santa-themed naughty and nice list.

TransLink, a long-time target of the CTF for its executive pay structure and fiscal management, appears prominently on the naughty list, which was released Sunday. 260 more words

Vancouver

Editorial: Passing on the price of our debt

Ever since the last recession, much of the focus has been on the subsequent economic recovery and what it means for countries, industries, companies and families. 409 more words

Editorials

Cut Canadian jobs – and get millions in tax dollars – a sweet deal for Pratt and Whitney

Pratt and Whitney Canada announced a plan to spend $1 billion — including $300 million from the federal government — over the next four and a half years to develop new aircraft engines, the… 166 more words

Defence Watch

Taxpayers charged thousands for university and college presidents' travel

WATCH: Freedom of information requests by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation reveal 25 B.C. University and College presidents spent copious amounts of money on questionable expenses over the past two years. 650 more words

News

Taxpayers group questions human rights commissioner's $760K travel, living expenses

The disregard for the public purse and the sense of entitlement demonstrated by all concerned in this affair merely reinforces the need for strict guidelines enforced by independent auditors… 140 more words

Canadian Taxpayers Federation

The Bluenose II Restoration Project

Introduction

The project to restore the Bluenose II illustrates the difficulties that can beset a high profile, government funded project. Now two years behind schedule and substantially over budget the project is not yet complete. 738 more words

University Of Waterloo