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Nov.6.2017

Trudeau's "Tax Fairness" a Hypocritical Farce

It's another embarrassment for Prime Minister Trudeau. Fresh off a Summer spent alienating Canadian farmers, doctors, and small business owners, a massive investigation dubbed the Paradise Papers has uncovered that many of his top Liberal allies were using far greater loopholes to avoid paying taxes in Canada.  It's news that...

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Trudeau Continues to Mortgage the Future
Oct.25.2017

Trudeau Continues to Mortgage the Future

Another day, another broken promise from the Trudeau government. With yesterday's fiscal update, embattled Finance Minister Bill Morneau ended all hopes of Trudeau's most dubious election promise: that he would balance the budget by the end of his four-year term. Now would be the time to start paying off staggering, self-inflicted...

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NCC President Talks Trudeau & Taxes
Oct.19.2017

NCC President Talks Trudeau & Taxes

NCC President Peter Coleman joined Andrew Lawton on AM980 this week to talk all things Trudeau and tax reform. Click here to listen.

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New Polls Confirm Trudeau's Mid-Term Blues
Oct.19.2017

New Polls Confirm Trudeau's Mid-Term Blues

A new Angus Reid poll confirms what many Canadians already know to be true: the bloom is off the rose for Prime Minister Trudeau and his government.  While many of those polled still describe him as "Charismatic, modern, and compassionate," nearly "three times as many Canadians say the government has...

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Small Victory for Business Owners!
Oct.16.2017

Small Victory for Business Owners!

Small Victory for Business Owners! The National Citizens Coalition believes it to be a step in the right direction as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau have backed off their controversial and ill advised first attempt at small business tax reform – thanks in part to groups...

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Morneau's Shameful Proposal
Aug.8.2017

Morneau's Shameful Proposal

A Message from the Chairman: Bill Morneau – The Next “Pink Floyd?” Bill Morneau’s “tax fairness” 73% dividend tax rate for Canadian businesses is a shameful proposal and Canada’s finance minister should know better. Ontario taxpayers may recall the odious results of “tax fairness”. In 1993, Bob Rae’s NDP government...

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Citizens' to Citizens: Ontario's Costly Minimum Wage
Jul.24.2017

Citizens' to Citizens: Ontario's Costly Minimum Wage

Citizens' to Citizens is a new column presented by the Canadian taxpayer, for the Canadian taxpayer. The Ontario Government recently announced that it was preparing legislation to increase the minimum wage in Ontario from its current level of $11.40 to $15.00. The increase is planned to take effect in two...

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Jun.6.2017

"Why Delay? Say Goodbye Today!" Billboard Unveiled

Now calling Downtown Toronto home, at the corner of Blue Jay Way and Wellington! At the height of Watergate President Richard Nixon still managed to leave office with a final approval rating of 24%. With recent reports suggesting that Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's approval rating is now as low as...

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Congratulations to Andrew Scheer from the NCC
May.29.2017

Congratulations to Andrew Scheer from the NCC

The National Citizens Coalition is proud to congratulate Andrew Scheer on his victory in the Conservative Party of Canada's leadership election. What Canada needs now more than ever is a serious leader for serious times. We wish Andrew well in the weeks and months to come, and we'll be watching!

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Conservative Pollster John McLaughlin Visits the NCC
Apr.20.2017

Conservative Pollster John McLaughlin Visits the NCC

On April 20th the NCC was proud to welcome famed conservative pollster and political strategist John McLaughlin to the National Club in Toronto. Speaking to a packed house over lunch John brought the numbers behind the recent US election to life, and told of his first-hand experience as a major...

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