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One Low woman's tax woes

SallyGrant2.jpgSally Grant lives in a custom log home in Low. The 79-year old may be forced to move if a threat from Revenue Quebec materializes; the tax agency has placed a lien on Grant's farm over taxes its says her daughter failed to pay 14 years ago.


Grant's daughter Annalisa Percy doesn't live there -- and hasn't in years. Her name isn't even on the deeds. But Percy lives in Ontario, and is beyond Revenue Quebec's reach. Guest host Stu Mills visited her 108-acre farm in Low, about 40km north of Gatineau, earlier this morning.


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