Paige MacPherson of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation is in the news because she's battling my old debating partner, Calgary's Mayor Nenshi, who is advocating for a city charter.
This would empower him to impose city-wide taxes.
MacPherson's group challenged Nenshi to put the idea to a referendum.
His answer was "shocking," says Levant.
In print, Nenshi accused the CTF of spending "millions of dollars" on a BC anti-transit tax campaign -- which MacPherson says actually had a budget of less than $40,000, mostly donated by ordinary citizens.
In fact, she says, it was the province's mayors who spent "millions of dollars" to push the tax -- all of it taxpayers money, to boot.
So did Nenshi apologize to the CTF for sullying the group's credibility?
Watch my report to find out what happened next.
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