N.B. forest owners to get $500K property tax cut they didn’t ask for | CBC News

Enviro & Legislation

A provision to cut provincial taxes for owners of New Brunswick forest properties by $500,000 per year quietly made it into last week’s provincial budget, although it is not clear who, if anyone, asked for the benefit.It’s also unclear whether the planned 15-per-cent tax cut risks reigniting trade trouble in the United States, where New…

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