Not surprisingly, Alberta has lowest taxes

Posted on Sunday 10 May 2009

Alberta had the lowest taxes in Canada last year, followed by New Brunswick @ #2 and Saskatchewan at #3.

http://finance.sympatico.msn.ca/retirement/gordonpowers/article.aspx?cp-documentid=19213808

This is on top of Alberta having the highest average weekly incomes in Canada, highest income growth in Canada (ie spreading the Alberta Advantage) and surprisingly affordable housing in most communities including Edmonton, especially after the high wage/low tax burden is accounted for.


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