The CTF has created a new political action committee to sway voters on the equalization formula this October.
Earlier this month, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives released a report on CEO compensation in Canada. In it, David Macdonald, a senior economist with the CCPA, reviews the data behind compensation for CEOs for 2019 and predicts 2020 compensation—which hasn’t been released yet—based on company share performance. For example, he found that, in 2018, […]
Employees and employer will pay up to $268.45 more in 2021 than they did in 2020, and self-employed workers will pay up to $536.90 more.
That’s the highest payout among the four provinces who don’t have their own carbon pricing system.
The party is still in third place, however, behind the Liberals and Conservatives.
This funding was made possible thanks to a 10-year bilateral agreement signed under the Alberta NDP in 2019.
For the third week in a row, 1 in 4 Alberta voters would choose NDP if a federal election were held today.
But at least low-income Albertans get an extra 22 bucks a month.
Last week, Postmedia ran an article that claimed over 800,000 people claimed the CERB but weren’t eligible for it.
With 292 Liberal, Conservative, and Bloc MPs voting against the tax, the 27 NDPs and Greens never stood a chance.