Book Launch RECEPTION: Tax Me I'm Canadian!
October 2, Hotel Saskatchewan Radisson Plaza
In 2002, former Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) director Mark Milke, along with staff of the CTF, wrote Tax Me I'm Canadian! Your money and how politicians spend it. The book quickly became a national best seller, with over 9,000 copies sold. Since then, several inquiries have been made about an updated version; we are proud to announce that the wait is over.
There are no sacred cows in Tax Me I'm Canadian! (New Edition) The author details why more tax dollars won't solve the woes of Aboriginal peoples and how the welfare state is a debt-induced illusion. Fortunately, Canadians can do something about all of this. In examples from Canada's own history and from citizen-friendly Switzerland, Milke notes how the demand for taxes and the need of citizens not to be gouged is balanced in countries that treat their citizens - and their money, with respect.
Tax Me I'm Canadian! (New Edition) will be released in September with the CTF hosting a cross-Canada tour featuring author Mark Milke at receptions in ten cities: Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary, Regina, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax. The receptions will provide attendees an intimate setting with the author; Mr. Milke will give a short presentation, take questions and sign copies of his book.
Our reception in Regina will be held in the Hotel Saskatchewan's Victoria Room. Please join us for light appetizers, cash bar and a rare opportunity to meet one of Canada's most accomplished political authors. We'll have you home in time for dinner!
About the Author
Mark Milke is a Senior Fellow at the Fraser Institute, an occasional lecturer in political science at the University of Calgary, and chairman of the editorial board for C2C Journal. In addition to authoring five books, Mark has written policy papers on corporate welfare, equalization, aboriginal treaties and the Canadian Pension Plan, and has been published in Canada, the United States and Europe.
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