Canadian province and cities disagree on sales tax rebate

04/4/2013 | CBC.ca (Canada)

Provincial and city officials on Prince Edward Island in Canada are locked in a disagreement over compensation for sales tax. Municipalities in other provinces receive a rebate of about three-quarters of sales tax they pay, but the Prince Edward Island government is offering C$1.8 million to be shared. Officials say the amount falls short of what they would receive under the rebate system.

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