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Robert Sweeny

Economic Action Plan pt. 4

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Graph showing the difference between the announced Economic Action Plan and what was spent.

Finally, we can answer the question: What did they actually do?

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Economic Action Plan pt. 3

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Graph showing how changes to personal exemptions and tax brackets benefited differing groups

Lower taxes, ah yes, but for whom?

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Economic Action Plan pt. 2

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Graph showing how the government divided up its $260 billion response to the crisis

All you need to know about the largest government program that they chose not to tell you about

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Economic Action Plan, pt. 1

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What does the feel-good ad about taxes tell us?

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Have-no-more

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Graph showing the absolute and relative change in the principal sources of provincial revenue.

An inconvenient truth we need to discuss

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Refugees

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Graph showing the backlog of refugees, the number of claims granted and the success rate, 1999-2009.

What is Jason Kenney up to?

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The wage gap

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The persistent gap in gendered wages

On this 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, Robert Sweeny analyzes how ‘we are dealing with deeply rooted and probably largely non-economic forms of resistance to gender equity’

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RRSPs

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Participation rates by income in the differing pension schemes

In 2008, public subsidies to private pensions cost us $186 million.

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Tax Cuts

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Graph about tax cuts

If the wealthy amongst us, those in the top income bracket, had continued to pay their taxes at the rates prevailing in 2006 there would not have been a deficit in 2009.

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