Taxes


Trudeau government enlists children to spread healthy eating propaganda

The scheme, which seeks to recruit kids as young as 12, will have them instructing others to eat more carrots and drink more tap water.

Simon Marks

Trudeau government funds rock star photoshoot, sex toy exhibit featuring ‘double masturbator’

“It is based on a double sex toy called the double masturbator which has a mouth on one side with teeth and tongue and on the other side there is a vagina,” said musician Peaches.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Most Canadians think GST cheating is not a serious offence

It’s "excused because it is seen as the little guy trying to save a little money," a federal report explained.

Nico Johnson

$22.3 BILLION of Trudeau's health crisis spending 'potentially wasted,' says new report

The study says that up to $11.8 billion could have been wasted on youth between the ages of 15 to 24 who live with parents earning over $100,000

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Govt employees who were not sick nor working from home cost $828 MILLION of taxpayer cash

Parliamentary analysts say that 241,294 of 289,978 government employees took paid leave, not including staff on vacation or taking sick leave.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Trudeau government borrowed over $500 BILLION in just 120 days

Despite the federal debt surpassing $1.3 trillion dollars, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said that the federal government would not raise taxes.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

The Governor General spent $250 thousand in taxpayer money trying to hide herself from plebs

The Governor General Julie Payette has been facing intense pressure after allegations emerged a few weeks ago that she had been bullying staff.

Nico Johnson

CRA extends tax payment deadline to September 30

The Canadian Revenue Agency has extended the tax payment deadline to September 30.

Sam Edwards

Trudeau government retreats from home tax policy despite spending $250,000 researching it

Morneau has promised Canadians that the government will never tax primary residences after tasking a government agency with researching the policy.

Nico Johnson

Trudeau government spends $150 THOUSAND on unnecessary survey

Justin Trudeau's flagship Oceans Protection Plan policy is unknown to most Canadians, despite the project costing $1.5 billion and a key election pledge.

Nico Johnson

CBC watched by only 3% of Canadians yet funded by 100% of population

Despite the CBC's chronically uninterested audience, the crown broadcasting company routinely splashes out a fortune on underwhelming products.

Nico Johnson

Federal bureaucrats spend $6,000 in taxpayer money on bowling party

A federal government agency spent nearly $6,000 in taxpayer money on a bowling party and Valentine's Day candy.

Nico Johnson

Trudeau will not raise taxes despite record-breaking deficit

In another display of Trudeaunomics, Finance Minister Bill Morneau has promised that he will not increase taxes.

Nico Johnson

Quebec pushes tax filing deadline to relieve economic pressures

The Quebec government will allow citizens to file their taxes as late as June 1. The new deadline provides taxpayers with an additional month to file.

Quinn Patrick

Update: How to claim your money from the CRA’s $1 billion in uncashed cheques

The Canada Revenue Agency has been sitting on over $1 billion in cheques that have been left uncashed by Canadian taxpayers over the past 20 years.

Sam Edwards