Income splitting is discussed in the Globe and Mail: How to win women’s votes: Start a Mommy War (broken link) (March 28, 2011), There are better ways to cut taxes than income splitting (broken link) (March 29, 2011), and Income splitting won’t help families in need (broken link) (March 28, 2011)
Since its founding, Kids First has supported family taxation/income splitting. As in France, family income should be ‘split’ considering all dependent children—not only adults. It is just one step towards fairly financing the work of child care and early learning by parents or whomever parents freely choose to do this. Family taxation helps non-parents share the huge cost of this essential work.