The CAQ launches a tool to measure his promise to lower school taxes
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“We want to give the right time for Quebec”, has launched the spokesman of the CAQ in the field of education, Jean-François Roberge.
Wednesday, 14 February, 2018 20:09
Wednesday, 14 February, 2018 20:10
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While François Legault tries to get Philippe Couillard on the ground of the school taxes since mid-January, that its training policy is launching a new tool to measure the decrease in school tax if the CAQ is brought to power in October next.
“We want to give the right time to Quebec, has launched the spokesman of the CAQ in the field of education, Jean-François Roberge. We are going to reduce the tax burden. We will make sure to add money to the education network to compensate for these cuts.”
The web site launched by the CAQ does not, however, in consideration of the promise of reductions in school taxes as proposed by the liberal government. One of the liberals is to use the same tax rate in each of the administrative regions of Quebec, while the CAQ proposes to use a single rate for the whole of Québec.
TVA Nouvelles has used its own figures and his own calculations to compare the two promises.
The promise of the Coalition avenir Québec is estimated at 1.4 billion dollars, which is two times more expensive than that of the liberals.