Quebec AM | Apr 3, 2013 | 12:26

Tax hike compromise for business owners in Quebec City

Several thousand Quebec City businesses, both large and small, were hit with huge municipal tax increases in January. Some were as much as 50 % higher. But, yesterday, the City backed off and tabled a compromise.

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