Infographic Template Galleries

Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Has the Canadian Government Reached its Economic Goals? The Answer is YES! Let's see how... Goal 1: Economic Freedom Tax relief gives individuals and families greater flexibility to make the choices that are right for them. Goal 2: Full Employment The Canadian Government has been proving financial assistance for continuing education as well as helping Canadians to acquire the skills that will get them hired or help them get better jobs as well as equipping them with the skills and training they need to succeed in the labour market. We have also been helping Canadians to further their education so that they can get high-quality jobs in high-demand fields. Goal 3: Environmental Stewardship Goal 4: Economic Growth Goal 5: Price Stability Economic growth is achieved by the efficient movement of people and goods, investments in federal infrastructure to create employment opportunities in communities across Canada, the translation of new ideas into products and services in the marketplace, keeping taxes low and by providing Canadian businesses and investors with the market access they need to succeed in the global economy The Government of Canada has kept it a priority to protect the health and well-being of Canadians by promoting a clean and sustainable environment. By funding Canadas parks and conservation, protecting natural resources, and continuing to develop clean energy. This will promote the design and use of new, cleaner energy technologies and in turn improve the lives of Canadians. The Governments plan to return to balanced budgets ensures tax dollars are used to support important social services rather than paying interest costs, preserves Canadas low-tax plan and allows for further tax reductions, helps to keep interest rates low, instilling confidence in consumers and investors, strengthens the countrys ability to respond to longer-term challenges (i.e. population aging and unexpected global economic shocks), and ensures fairness and equity for future generations by avoiding tax increases or reductions in services. Family Caregiver Tax Credit: a credit on an amountof $2, 040 for those who carefor a dependant relative. Children's Fitness Tax Credit:a tax credit for up to $1000of eligible expenses per childmaking it more affordable for Canadians to register theirchildren in fitness activities Canada Job Grant: helps employers train new and existing employees for jobs that need to be filled. More than 950, 000 jobshave been created to date. "Expanding Market Opportunities Program" Investments of $105 Million to support Canada's forest sector A proposed $14 billion for a newBuilding Canada Fund to supportinfrastructure projects $4 billion for national$10 billion for provincial/territorial $5.5 million over 5 yearsfor Parks Canada toestablish the Mealy MountainsNational Park in Labrador This initiative will protecta key habitat for a threatenedcaribou heard
Create Your Free Infographic!