Tax Is Not A Four Letter Word
Thursday, January 16, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
Invite you to a presentation and evening of reflection and dialogue
A Special Book Launch
It's time to start talking about the value of taxes in Canada
Director of the Glendon School of International and Public Affairs
at York University and a former Clerk of the Privy Council
Director of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Ontario Office
Tax Is Not A Four Letter Word provides new information on how taxation and our thinking about it has evolved. The contributors present data that set out what we get for what we pay and what we lose when we pay less.
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When & Where
Poverty Free Halton, Community Development Halton & CCPA Ontario
Through education and advocacy, Poverty Free Halton’s non-partisan volunteer committee works to highlight the issues of poverty in the region and offer solutions to all levels of government. We believe that the solutions to poverty are within grasp, we just need the political will to obtain them.
Through research, community development, planning and promoting volunteerism, Community Development Halton strives to improve the quality of life for all residents of Halton.
The primary purpose of CDH is to build and strengthen the community of Halton. It focuses on the social impact of larger social, economic, political and cultural forces on individuals, families and the broad community. CDH is committed to social development as a desired state of community well-being and social change as a continual process towards achieving and sustaining social development for everyone in the community.
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) Ontario Office specializes in provincial and municipal issues. We deliver original, independent, peer-reviewed, non-partisan research that equips progressives with the arguments they need to press for social change.