I took a look at the article. It may be helpful to Americans, but I don't think that it has much, if any, application to Canadians.
Specifically, the article suggests that "the tax rate on qualified dividends is now equal to the tax rate on net long-term capital gains". That is not generally correct in Canada, where the marginal tax rate for dividends eligible for the enhanced dividend tax credit is almost always lower than the marginal tax rate for capital gains.
"If at any times we must deal in extremes, then we prefer the quiet, good-natured hypocrite to the implacable, turbulent zealot of any kind. In plain terms, we are not so fond of any set of notions, as to think them more important than the peace of society". John Toland, The Description of Epsom (1711)