Seems to me a fundamental tenet of freedom is the right to own private property.

If I remember correctly the federal government has no jurisdiction related to private property, which is the exclusive jurisdiction of the provinces.

If something can be taxed it’s not private, it’s in the public domain (in this case meaning taxable), usually through a registration system, like your car or home or jewellery?

What? Who registers jewellery?

According to this article the tax man claims it under “listed personal property” (LPP). Sheesh. They want capital gains on your gold bracelet! Give me a break.

I don’t know much about this LLP, like nothing at the moment, but it smells fishy to me. It just reminds me that you need to read the law for yourself don’t take the taxman’s word for it. Their wet dream dream is “everything is taxable” and act as if it is so. It just isn’t so and it’s up to you to know the difference.

There are some really good legal questions to ask about the issue of private, private property, private information and the right to privacy. Are you interested in the answers?

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