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Canadian government reverses course on tax credit legislation

Canada's Conservative minority government has promised to drop controversial tax credit legislation that chilled the film and television production industry earlier this year. The omnibus tax bill, C-10, would have allowed the government to withhold a producer's tax credit if that production were deemed contrary to 'public policy.' With Canadians going to the polls October 14, the Conservative Party announced that, if re-elected, the government would not reintroduce the unpopular ...

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