Yes, Quebec eliminated that because of the $100 donation limit. Currently the tax deductions favour those who can give more as well, and there's a huge taxpayer subsidy that exists. The per-vote funding subsidy from taxpayers meant that you had to vote for a party before you get back some of the taxes you pay, and everyone pays some taxes. Even if they don't pay income taxes, they're paying product and service taxes. That ensured that you had to vote for the party before it would get your two dollars. It was only two dollars. No one's money went to any party he or she didn't support. It was a fallacy that this ever happened, because everyone pays more than two dollars in taxes annually. It was democratically structured. The current subsidy is not democratically structured; it favours wealthy donors.
On October 5th, 2017. See this statement in context.