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Farmers dread return to PST/GST, losing tax breaks

(B.C. Government)

Ranchers and Fruit growers are not looking forward to life after the HST.

On Monday, the B.C. government introduced legislation to bring back the PST and GST.

Tax exemptions for goods and services that existed prior to the HST days will be reinstated, and a new online system will be introduced to cut down on the paperwork for businesses.

But that won't be enough for fruit growers like Christine Dendy, who is a cherry grower in Kelowna.

She campaigned to keep the HST, and explains why to Daybreak host, Chris Walker.
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