According to the Fraser Institute, the average Canadian family paid more on taxes (45.3%)
when compared to necessities of life like clothing, food and housing (35.6%).
“Taxes remain the largest household expense for families in Canada,” said the Fraser
Institute’s Director of Fiscal Studies Jake Fuss. “Considering the sheer amount of income
that goes towards taxes in this country, Canadians may question whether or not we’re
getting good value for our money.”

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