The Income Tax: A Noble Beginning

No reasonable citizen will argue against the notion that it is a civic obligation to provide financial support for the services provided by national, provincial and municipal governments. At the national level, the tax on income has been the most familiar mechanism of support from three generations of Canadians.

Questions arise, however, over how those funds, once collected, are expended. Year in and out, we are reminded by the auditor-general that our hard-earned tax dollars are routinely wasted on various boondoggles and bone-headed programs.

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