Quebec Ink

    Quebec Ink: The dreaded Netflix tax is working out just fine

    A 2015 Conservative Party campaign video warned the other parties would introduce a “Netflix tax.” Stephen Harper | Twitter

    MONTREAL — The legislation behind the first digital sales tax in Canada reads like an afterthought. Shovelled into a bill that also allowed for personalized licence plates and craft-beer sales, the amendment enabled the provincial government to collect sales tax on “intangible movable property and services” sold to consumers in Quebec.

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