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Shaw loses bid to write off paper invoice expenses

News | 01/04/2017 6:58 pm EST

Shaw Communications Inc. can’t claim paper bills sent to its British Columbian customers as a tax-exempt expense, the B.C. Supreme Court ruled last month.

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