Daybreak Montreal | Nov 22, 2012 | 4:53

Retroactive tax on alcohol

In their new budget the provincial government announced a retroactive tax hike on alcohol for restaurants. Owners have to pay the tax on all the alcohol already in their inventory. Alain Creton is the owner of Chez Alexandre on Peel Street in downtown Montreal.

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