#123 Here’s How Taxpayers Win in 2023

Episode 123 January 20, 2023 00:30:41
#123 Here’s How Taxpayers Win in 2023
Canadian Taxpayers Podcast
#123 Here’s How Taxpayers Win in 2023

Jan 20 2023 | 00:30:41

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Do you want politicians to stop wasting your money and raising your tax bill? The Canadian Taxpayers Federation’s President and CEO Scott Hennig delivers the blueprint on how taxpayers can push for smaller and more accountable government in the year ahead.

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