Tag Archives: Ontario

People of Ontario: note to self

Do you want to be well prepared for the Ontario election on 7 June 2018?  May we suggest that you make notes to yourself and put them in your property or income tax file. Let’s start with a gem from … Continue reading

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Climate change hoaxers & …

You’ll find in the links below much wisdom from Ontarians who understand where the priorities are not.   Winds of change “… thanks to Mr. Peter Epp for his column, wherein he shows what a farce the Ontario government’s policy … Continue reading

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Do you mind paying tax on taxes?

Ottawa novelist, Mr. Randell Danley gives us the goods in the link below. “The biggest tax on taxes in Ontario are the two surtaxes.  If you owe the tax collector $4,484, the collector says, ‘Wow, that’s a lot.  We’d better … Continue reading

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As a taxpayer, do you mind paying double, triple?

Let’s go back to 23 November 2005 when the Canadian government announced the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement and compensation package. According to ResidentialSchoolSettlement.ca, following are the highlights of the settlement that Ontario taxpayers along with their fellow Canadians are … Continue reading

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Electricity & elected now like oil & water

Here are some letters that confirm this. “Shocking prices”  A mild winter in Ontario (or more accurately—a mad winter) means less consumption yet the price goes up. http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/2016/04/21/tourist-attractions-needed   “Hydro delusions”  A less scrutinized Hydro One appears to mean that … Continue reading

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