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    Someone should have swung from a rope over the phoenix pay system scandal. NO ONE IS ACCOUNTABLE (full pun intended)

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    So the government is going to tell us what we already know ?

    Dont trust anything these rat faced fucks say from the A – list.
    This was a link in the max article.
    [URL]https://www.blacklocks.ca/feds-to-list-approved-media/[/URL]

    a multi-million dollar subsidy program, Subsidies to federally-approved news media
    Canada Revenue Agency to have a list saying here are the organizations that qualify for the digital tax credits
    Bill C-97 the Budget Implementation Act proposes a 15 percent tax credit to a maximum $75 for subscribers of websites operated by a “qualified Canadian journalism organization”. Criteria are not known. The tax credit is projected to cost $11 million in 2020. It expires in 2024.
    The bill also amends the Income Tax Act to offer lucrative payroll subsidies for news organizations “primarily engaged in the production of original written news content”. A total $360 million would be paid over four years through a 25 percent payroll tax credit for publishers, the equivalent of a maximum $13,750 per newsroom employee, retroactive to January 1, 2019.
    An unnamed cabinet-appointed group will decide which media qualify for subsidies. “The government will decide whether or not to change certain criteria,”

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