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I have a few hundred other questions before I am sure they are paying a lot more taxes than me, but those will be a good start

The answer, as usual, is: it depends.


Well thank you for the information, but as that says it is not easy to determine, and the poster was quite certain that Canadians are paying significantly more taxes, so I was trusting with their expertise they would be able to give me the answer not generically but rather specifically to questions that must have already been considered by them, given their citation of fact.

Anyone can find general information, and most folks who are sane and not experts would know it is not easy to make those kind of blanket statements, without looking kind of foolish

So since I knew the poster was not a partisan crackpot hack, I was looking for some rather exact answers.
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