2 edition of Equalization on the basis of need in Canada found in the catalog.
Equalization on the basis of need in Canada
Brown, Douglas M.
by Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen"s University in Kingston, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||Douglas M. Brown.|
|Series||Reflections paper,, no. 15, Reflections (Kingston, Ont.) ;, 15.|
|Contributions||Queen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). Institute of Intergovernmental Relations.|
|LC Classifications||HJ793 .B76 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||97116027|
In Canada, the Government of Canada makes payments to less wealthy Canadian provinces to equalize the provinces' "fiscal capacity"—their ability to generate tax revenues. In , six provinces received $ billion in equalization payments from the federal government. Until the fiscal year, Ontario was the only province to have never received equalization payments. An introduction to equalization, the hard way A typical scenario is one where a company expands from the United States into Canada. A trusted, up-and-coming, mid-level or senior employee is transferred to Canada. Nobody considers the tax issue until Canadian withholding starts.
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Equalization on the basis of need in Canada./ Kingston, Ontario, Canada: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen's University,  © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Douglas M Brown; Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.).
Institute of. In Canada, the federal government makes equalization payments to provincial governments to help address fiscal disparities among Canadian provinces based on estimates of provinces' fiscal capacity—their ability to generate tax revenues.
A province that does not receive equalization payments is often referred to as a "have province", while one that does is called a "have not province".
Inthe Government of Canada added a ceiling to the Equalization program in order to ensure that growth in the total amount of Equalization payments remains sustainable in the future. As mentioned previously, the ceiling is scheduled to increase in accordance with a three-year moving average rate of growth in nominal GDP.
Equalization programs can take many different forms. Designing and reforming such a program involves making choices about at least six different features.
The first is the source of financing for the program. In Canada, equalization is financed from the general revenues of the federal government.
Other federations have made different choices. It's been open season on the Quebec government since it was revealed the province will be getting a $billion boost in its equalization payment next year. Fiscal Federalism and Equalization Policy in Canada aims to increase public understanding of equalization and fiscal federalism by providing a comparative and multidisciplinary perspective on the history, politics, and economics of equalization policy in Canada.
The authors provide a brief history, an analysis of the politics of equalization as witnessed over the last fifteen years, and a. Equalization formula.3 On the other hand, the federal government considered itself bound by a pre election commitment to exclude natural resource revenues from the formula.
THE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH CEILING Inthe Government of Canada added a ceiling to the Equalization program inFile Size: KB. This is called equalization of net family property.
When one of the parties is declaring bankruptcy, however, the property division gets somewhat more complex.
In this post, Jeffrey Sun, Fresh Legal intern and University of Ottawa law student, reviews what happens when a spouse declares bankruptcy. The first objective of this paper on equalization is to provide an introduction to the Canadian equalization program: goals, implementation and results.
The second objective is to analyze the main difficulties that have emerged since. the introduction of the program. Particular attention is paid to the role of the natural resource sector since the. The Canada Health Transfer is roughly twice the size of equalization and the Canada Social Transfer is close to the same amount of money as equalization.
Both the health transfer and the social transfer are paid on a pure per capita basis without any equalizing amount, another long-sought demand by Alberta that was implemented by the Harper. In the year, provinces receiving equalization payments include: Quebec, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario and Prince Edward Island.
Quebec will. (17) Douglas M. Brown, Equalization on the Basis of Need in Canada (Kingston: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, ); Anwar Shah, "A fiscal need approach to equalization," Canadian Public Pol no. 2 (), pp. “Bashing equalization if you’re a federal leader is political suicide, at least in four or five provinces,” Beland said, referring to Quebec, Manitoba and Atlantic Canada, provinces that.
An Albertan looking at equalization with the glass half-full might say the province’s wealth, relative to the rest of Canada, means it’s too rich to need help and that’s a good : Stuart Thomson. Canada’s short-term fortunes would be in the hands of U.S.
President Donald Trump and his trade wars; the twin housing bubbles in Vancouver and Toronto; and the province of Author: Kevin Carmichael. CANADA’S EQUALIZATION FORMULA: PEERING INSIDE THE BLACK BOX AND BEYOND† Jim Feehan SUMMARY Ontario only started receiving equalization payments, for the first time in its history, in As soon as Ontario slipped into that “have-not” status, the federal government imposed a cap on the growth of equalization Size: KB.
An industry mechanism for adjusting the value of individual deliveries made to a commingled crude or condensate stream based on the difference in quality between the delivered quality.
The procedures contained in the Equalization Procedures Guide (Guide) provide the mechanism used by all batteries, terminals and pipelines that operate under this Guide for quality equalization [ ]. Bringing clarity to the sometimes murky world of equalization payments It seems like every time a federal election rolls around, there are complaints about equalization payments.
Understanding Province Equalization Payments Every grade schooler knows that Canada is a country made up of 10 provinces and three territories.
But while they all fall under the same national umbrella, the imbalances in economic – and political – power are significant. Quebec is far behind, at $8, and Prince Edward Island lags even further, at $6, according to Finance Canada calculations.
Equalization tops up Author: Trevor Tombe. This video will explain equalization payments including GDP growth as well as government policies like interprovincial trade barriers.
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This is where tax equalization policy comes into play. TEQ policy fixes the employee’s tax obligation in many cases at roughly what it would have been had s/he remained at 1 Compensation: $80, Equalization payments are one piece of Canada’s complex system of fiscal federalism, and any changes would likely require changes to the healthcare and social transfer systems as well, a .