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Any CanCon ISP tax should consider ‘economic consequences’: CNOC lawyer

News | 11/09/2016 10:33 pm EST

TORONTO — The heritage ministry and the CRTC should engage in a more balanced discussion on what to do about taxes in support of cultural content, as both seem to be moving in different directions, the crowd on the final day of the Canadian ISP Summit in Toronto heard Wednesday.

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