Court Tests ‘Made In Canada’

The Canada Revenue Agency has lost a multi-million dollar Tax Court appeal over narrow definitions of made-in-Canada ingredients under the Excise Act. A British Columbia winemaker argued its cider was still Canadian-made even if it included apple juice pressed from foreign-grown apples: “Vintners want to buy agricultural products at a low price.”

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