2009 Publication Overview
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HAVE YOU SEEN
-Tax credits: great politics, bad policy
-Memo to the Mayors of Canada
-Child benefit reform is back on track
-The 2015 Federal Budget and Housing: Too good to be true
-The 2015 Deficit-of-Ideas Budget
-Child Benefits and the 2015 Federal Budget
-Social Assistance Summaries 2014
-Liveability -- for whom?
-Symposium on Children of the Recession
-Cut the Tax Cut
-What You Need to Know About the Canada Job Fund
-Welfare in Canada 2013
-Is Canada (Still) a Fiscal Union?: Michael Mendelson
-Architecture of Federal Income Security in Canada: Ken Battle
-Social Policy Challenges for Canada: Sherri Torjman
-In Canada, the new solitudes are East vs. West
-Picture - Sherri Torjman
-Canada’s English-French divide giving way to East-West economic split, scholar says
-Video - Data Rescue
-Video - Sherri Torjman: Five Good Ideas about Policy
-Video - Sherri Torjman: Canada@150 address
-Video - Sherri Torjman: Shared Space & Community Recreation
Tax credits: great politics, bad policy
Sherri Torjman, May 25, 2015
In recent years, Ottawa has relied increasingly on the personal income tax system to achieve economic and social goals. The result is a tax system that is stretched to the limit.