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Axing the tax: the death of the HST


Gregor Craigie takes a look at the hot issue in B.C. politics every Friday

BC voters have voted to scrap the HST in a mail-in referendum ballot. The HST opponents are claiming victory, while those who supported the tax say losing it will cost the province billions of dollars. We look at the political fallout of the HST referendum and what it might mean for the timing of the next provincial election.

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