Taxes
Text of the Motion
That, given:(a) 81% of middle-income Canadians are seeing higher taxes since the government came to power;(b) the average income tax increase for middle-income families is $840;(c) the government’s higher Canada Pension Plan premiums could eventually cost up to $2,200 per household;(d) the government cancelled the Family Tax Cut of up to $2,000 per household;(e) the government cancelled the Arts and Fitness tax credit of up to $225 per child;(f) the government cancelled the education and textbook tax credits of up to $560 per student;(g) the government’s higher Employment Insurance premiums are up to $85 per worker;(h) the government’s carbon tax could cost up to $1,000 per household and as high as $5,000 in the future;(i) the government’s intrusive tax measures for small business will raise taxes on thousands of family businesses all across Canada;(j) this government tried to tax employer-paid health and dental benefits which would have cost up to $2,000 per household; and(k) this government tried to tax modest food and discount benefits that retail employees receive from employers;the House call on the Prime Minister to provide written confirmation that the government will not further raise any taxes on Canadians.
Sponsor
Pierre Poilievre
Latest Activity
Decision Made (2/5/2019)