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Quebec union ‘disappointed’ budgets didn’t address taxation imbalance

Briefs | 03/29/2017 8:58 pm EDT

A Quebec union representing communications sector employees said it is disappointed with both the federal and provincial budgets, saying that in “both cases, no action has been taken to counter tax avoidance and unfair competition” by foreign digital companies like Netflix Inc.Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc.

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