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The Conservative Party said it would boost the credit by $1,000 per senior

  • By: Katie Keir
  • September 19, 2019 September 19, 2019
  • 13:11
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The Liberals would raise OAS by 10% for seniors over the age of 75

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The party also promised to enhance the Canada Child Benefit by 15% for parents of children under the age of one

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The party would raise the Canada Education Savings Grant amount to 30% on annual contributions

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Parents would receive a 15% refundable tax credit on eligible expenses

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The platform, released Monday, calls for changes to corporate taxes, capital gains and employee stock options

Cut would be phased in beginning in 2021

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The Liberals eliminated the 15% credit introduced by the previous Conservative government

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Party pledges to enhance first-time homebuyer incentive in Toronto, Vancouver and Victoria

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A C.D. Howe report says a "wealth tax" may not be the best way to tackle inequality