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Fraser Institute Media Advisory: Do the rich in Canada pay their fair share? New study coming Thursday, Nov. 30

VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - November 29, 2017) - On Thursday, Nov. 30, the Fraser Institute will release a new study on taxes in Canada.

Measuring the Distribution of Taxes in Canada: Do the Rich Pay Their "Fair Share"? compares the proportion of taxes paid by different income groups in Canada and how the share of taxes paid has changed over the years.

The study is part of a book on income inequality, which will also be released tomorrow.

A news release with additional information will be issued via Marketwired on Nov. 30 at 5:00 am (Eastern).

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The Fraser Institute is an independent Canadian public policy research and educational organization with offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal and ties to a global network of think-tanks in 87 countries. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for Canadians, their families and future generations by studying, measuring and broadly communicating the effects of government policies, entrepreneurship and choice on their well-being. To protect the Institute's independence, it does not accept grants from governments or contracts for research. Visit www.fraserinstitute.org

MEDIA CONTACTS:
Charles Lammam
Director, Fiscal Studies
Fraser Institute

To arrange media interviews or for more information, please contact:

Bryn Weese
Media Relations Specialist
Fraser Institute
(604) 688-0221 ext. 589
bryn.weese@fraserinstitute.org

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