CPR Demands 1881 Tax Break

Canadian Pacific Railway is owed a perpetual tax holiday under terms of a contract endorsed by John A. Macdonald, an executive said yesterday. The House of Commons and Saskatchewan legislature have voted unanimously to repeal terms of the contract written into the 1881 Canadian Pacific Railway Act: “We say we shouldn’t pay unconstitutional taxes.”

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