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Fact sheet on property taxes

Key labour and income facts

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July 2003 Vol. 4, no. 7

Information technology workers
Roman Habtu

The rapid growth of the information, communication and technology industry in the 1990s created a surge in demand for people skilled in computer specialties. As demand grew, so did supply. The 2001 Census collected the first information about these new occupations.

Property taxes
Raj K. Chawla and Ted Wannell

Property tax is one of the three main taxes paid by households. It is levied on a propertys market or assessed value and is not directly related to the ability to pay. The burden of the tax varies by province and household income. Property taxes increase family income inequality.

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