‘Open Bar’ Credit Cost $2.7B

A federal tax credit once described by tax analysts as an “open bar” for corporations cost taxpayers $2.7 billion last year, according to a Department of Natural Resources report tabled in the Commons. Payments peaked at $4 billion before the previous Conservative cabinet cut the subsidy: “It is one of the most generous systems in the world.”

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