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Tax Freedom Day in Canada 2011

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Uploaded on May 30, 2011

Canadians will celebrate Tax Freedom Day on Monday June 6, 2011, two days later than in 2010.

Tax Freedom Day is an easy-to-understand representation of the amount of tax the average Canadian family must pay to all levels of government. If Canadians were required to pay all of their taxes up front, they would have to pay each and every dollar they earned to governments prior to Tax Freedom Day.

To highlight the wide array of taxes imposed on Canadians and to celebrate Tax Freedom Day, the Fraser Institute has produced this new, humorous music video that asks the question: How long do you work to pay your taxes every year?

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