A surprising holiday fact—Canadians are less generous than Americans

For many Canadians, the holiday season is a time to support charities, which provide valuable services such as counselling, crisis prevention, basic necessities and education to those in need. However, Canadians might be surprised to learn that, collectively, they are less generous than their American counterparts when it comes to private donations to registered charities.A new Fraser Institute report compares Canada and the United States, based on donations to registered charities claimed on personal income tax returns. The report examines three different measures of charitable giving: the percentage of tax-filers donating to charity, the percentage of total income donated to

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