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Re: Canada

Thu Jun 09, 2011 4:11 pm Post
An Article (Higher Education) has been attached to this Legislation.
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Re: Canada

Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:04 am Post
The Income Tax Provision has been amended. (Max. ITR reduced to 30%).

Last edited by Adam Kohl on Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:58 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Re: Canada

Mon Jun 13, 2011 7:17 am Post
Article 8: Income Tax Savings

1. This Legislation establishes a New Bottom Income Tax. Canadians earning under ($18,655) won’t be subjected to the Federal Income Tax. {The tax savings will more than offset the reduction in the Living Wage from $11 to $10.25 per hour.}

2. Personal earnings between $18,655 and $128,800 will be subjected to the 20% ITR.

3. Earnings over $128,800 will be subjected to a 30% ITR: (Which is a decrease from the 32% ITR.)

Article 9: Jobs and Wealth Stimulus

1. This Legislation abolishes the Federal Capital Income Tax. This tax abolition will mean that personal savings and capital allocations (I.e. Stocks, bonds and housing) will be exempted from Federal Taxation. Mainstream economists believe that axing the Capital Income Tax will translate into increased wealth creation, new jobs and the formation of new and innovative businesses.

2. Small Businesses (I.e. Sole Proprietorships and Partnerships) are incorporated. As Incorporated Enterprises, these firms will be subjected to the Low-Earning Corporate Tax and will no longer be subjected to the Federal Income Tax.

Owners will be taxed based on Personal Income that is registered from the Business Concern.

(This was established in previous Legislation. However, it is being reiterated to ensure that it's reflected in Canada's Growth and Business Statistics).

Sir, why we are abolishing our income taxes? If these parts will go through, no-one will pay income taxes anymore, because peoples will take their pays in stocks. Some of them will keep those stocks, especially wealthier peoples, while middle income peoples will usually sell their stocks. Low income peoples will not pay income tax at all, so they don’t need to pay taxes either. Wouldn’t it be more honest to just suggest that whole income tax system should be abolished, if revenue’s goes to zero in your suggestion while peoples and corporations are rewarded from cheating our tax system?

If I am correct, the goal is to make corporations to invest more in Canada? Even now those corporations, which are investing in Canada, will get tax deductions, if they don’t make profit. There’s nearly nothing that encourages them to invest that more or even as much as before. This suggestion mainly provides tax deductions for those who are making profit, taking money out from their corporations, instead of investing more on real economy. Or if they do invest, it’s much more beneficial to invest on stocks than real economy. Our unemployment rate might jump up, because there will be much more to gain from stock markets than from real economy. The good thing in here is that we have an opportunity to vote from this bill.


Re: Canada

Mon Jun 13, 2011 4:11 pm Post
The Article has been amended to tax stock-options and issuances which are used as compensation (managers, officers, etc.) by employers.

The Capital Tax Abolition is designed to encourage Canadians and foreigners to save in Canadian institutions, stocks and bonds and not as a means of encouraging firms to issue stock-options as a means of tax avoidance.

However, I don’t believe this Legislation will lead to a sizeable increase in tax avoidance. The lowering of Marginal Income Tax Rates will lead to a broadening of the tax base.

Meanwhile, the Corporate Deductions and Incentives will encourage more investment in renewable energy, oil drilling and natural gas drilling and exploration. The Capital Tax Abolition (on Savings, Stocks and Bonds) will lead to lower long-term rates, thus making borrowing more affordable.

It should be recalled that the TSE (Stock Ex.) is a means by which businesses raise capital. As such, an increase in stock values will lead to a corresponding increase in Real Savings in the Economy.

Re: Canada

Sun Jun 19, 2011 6:34 am Post

Re: Canada

Mon Jun 20, 2011 11:42 pm Post
Trade Union Representation and Labor Law and Standards

Article 1: Representation

1. This Legislation provides for the introduction of the Anonymous Check Yes Card as a means of organizing and collective bargaining. (I.e. It’ll lead to an increase in trade union representation and is a means of preventing retaliation against Associates that are supporting unionization).

2. Temporary Workers and Contractors will be entitled to union representation and collective bargaining.

Article 2: Child Labor Law

1. Canada signs and agrees to the International Labor Organization’s Convention 138 on Child Labor Issues. As such, Canadian Provinces will be required, by law, to make changes (I.e. Tighten) to labor regulations concerning the Minimum Working Age. It has been found that children as young as twelve have been working in Canada. The Minimum Working Age (Federal Standard and Law) will be sixteen.

Article 3: International May Day: A Federal Holiday

1. The Canadian Labor Day is being changed to May Day, which is otherwise known as the International Workers’ Day. May Day will be recognized as a National Holiday and will offer double-time compensation for those having to work.

Article 4: Maximum Work Law

1. The Maximum Workweek is being reduced from 35 hours to 32 hours. Employers won’t be required to compensate for the difference: Associates are paid for working. This method, otherwise known as labor sharing, will encourage businesses to create more jobs for jobless Canadians.

Article 5: Paid Vacation and Sick Leave

1. Associates and employees will reserve the right to receive overtime compensation in the form of vacation time that is compensated at the regular pay rate.

2. Associates and employees reserve the right to liquidate vacation time and receive compensation in exchange for continuing to work.

3. Contractors and Temporary Workers will be entitled to the same paid vacation and sick leave that is afforded to regular Associates.

4. Part-time Associates will be entitled to the same paid vacation and sick leave that is afforded to regular Associates.

Article 6: Outsourcing and Off-shoring

1. Employers will be required, by law, to provide Severance Compensation to those Associates that have been discharged because of outsourcing and off-shoring. The Standard Formula for calculating compensation will be Six Months at Regular Pay.

2. Federal Labor Training Programs are being restructured to accommodate men and women that have been discharged due to outsourcing and off-shoring. Canadians that have lost a job due to outsourcing and off-shoring will be entitled to regular compensation (Jobless Benefits) during their retraining for new fields of work.

3. Federal Agencies, Administrations and Contractors will be prohibited from off-shoring and outsourcing jobs that are sustained with federal tax dollars. Private Contractors will be required, by law, to bring back jobs that had been outsourced.

Dear Members,

This legislation is designed to harmonize Canada’s labor laws and standards in a pro-worker manner that can be accommodated by businesses and employers without an unreasonable financial burden. The (child labor) ban complies with the International Labor Organization Standard’s. The shortening of the workweek to 32-hours will lead to the creation of new private sector jobs and will save us money on jobless benefits and the allocation of social welfare. The Paid Vacation and Sick Leave Article will lead to an increase in labor productivity and social wellbeing. Outsourcing Restrictions will lead to the in-sourcing of new jobs and will ensure our tax dollars go to supporting our jobs.

Re: Canada

Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:31 pm Post
Prime Minister Baird

The Conservative Party is ready to state its cabinet ministers.

The Right Honourable John Baird
Prime Minister of Canada

The Honourable Robert Douglas Nicholson
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada

The Honourable Marjory LeBreton
Leader of the Government in the Senate

The Honourable Julian Fantino
Minister of National Defence

The Honourable Vic Toews
Minister of Public Safety

The Honourable Rona Ambrose
Minister of Public Works and Government Services and Minister for Status of Women

The Honourable Diane Finley
Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development

The Honourable Beverley J. Oda
Minister of International Cooperation

The Honourable Stephen Harper
Minister of Foreign Affairs

The Honourable Tony Clement
President of the Treasury Board and Minister for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario

The Honourable James Michael Flaherty
Minister of Finance

The Honourable Peter Van Loan
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons

The Honourable Jason Kenney
Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism

The Honourable Gerry Ritz
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and Minister for the Canadian Wheat Board

The Honourable Christian Paradis
Minister of Industry and Minister of State (Agriculture)

The Honourable James Moore
Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages

The Honourable Denis Lebel
Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities and Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec

The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq
Minister of Health and Minister of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency

The Honourable Keith Ashfield
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and Minister for the Atlantic Gateway

The Honourable Peter Kent
Minister of the Environment

The Honourable Lisa Raitt
Minister of Labour

The Honourable Gail Shea
Minister of National Revenue

The Honourable John Duncan
Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development

The Honourable Steven Blaney
Minister of Veterans Affairs

The Honourable Edward Fast
Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway

The Honourable Joe Oliver
Minister of Natural Resources

The Honourable Peter Penashue
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and President of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada

Re: Canada

Fri Jul 22, 2011 11:30 pm Post
Peter Van Loan
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons

The Conservative party would like to present its first bill of its administration to the Canadian Parliament.

On The long Gun Registry

Article 1: Scrap the Long Gun registry on all shot and long guns.

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