- The average Canadian receives over $15,000 worth for public services in return for the taxes they pay every year.
- A 2009 study by respected economist Hugh Mackenzie shows that Canadians receive services worth almost 50% of their annual income.
- A recent analysis by Infometrica shows that while $1 billion in tax cuts would create 5700 jobs, that same amount of money invested in health care would create 18100 jobs.
- The province’s funding level for higher education is now 25 per cent below the Canadian average.
Corporate Tax Cuts vs. Public Services
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