CP Rail Loses 1880 Tax Claim

A federal judge has dismissed Canadian Pacific Railway’s claim for a perpetual tax holiday under an 1880 contract signed by then-Railways Minister Charles Tupper. The railway paid $758 million worth of income tax last year.: “As of 1880 the federal government did not directly tax the income of individuals or corporations.”

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