Heritage Credit Costs $67M

A Conservative bill offering tax credits for owners’ restoration of heritage properties would cost up to $67 million a year, 20 percent more than originally estimated, says the Parliamentary Budget Office. Witnesses yesterday told the Commons environment committee the bill would do little to help charities or low-income owners: “What is the best way to support heritage in Canada?”

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