It's somewhat challenging to compare. There are a number of ways to compare the tax burden overall. For example, you can look at the percentage of GDP that the tax revenues represent. Canada is at about 32.6% of GDP. That's total taxes, federal and provincial. France is at 46%. The U.S. is somewhat lower, at 25%. You can look at the overall burden there.
The OECD has a measure based on the average industrial worker. That's another measure you can look at, or at multiples of that and so on, such as families with children. I think when you look at, for example, families with children, it's really quite low, given that one should add in refundable credits, such as the Canada child benefit. I don't have the actual statistics, but I'd happily provide those to the committee.