WEBBER: Remove trade barriers, end supply management and reduce payroll taxes – don’t hike minimum wages – if you really want to address income discrepancies in Canada
MCGARVEY: The rich all over the world already hide their profits and dodge taxes on a regular basis, so what will be gained by cutting U.S. taxes?
WOLFSON: Does Canada need to worry about the same festering malaise that has disrupted the United States?
KUNIN: Free markets and open borders are what keep the costs of food and other goods that we buy down
LAMMAM, MACINTYRE: Living wage laws tend to reduce employment opportunities for low-wage and low-skilled workers, and push up taxes
LAMMAM, EISEN: The share of Canada’s total tax burden borne by upper-earners is significantly higher than their share of Canada’s total income
SARLO: Results of a recent Fraser Institute report flies in the face of accepted wisdom that Canada is quickly becoming a more unequal and polarized society
GRIGG: People want change – although the change they get may not be what they want