How it suddenly became chill to tax Netflix and other web giants - 2019-10-12

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F182.png How it suddenly became chill to tax Netflix and other web giants October 12, 2019, Jonathan Montpetit, CBC News

In the last federal election campaign, the Conservatives released an ad featuring their leader, Stephen Harper, admitting that Breaking Bad was among his favourite TV shows.

But it's what he said next that actually had a more profound impact on the viewing habits of the Canadian public.

Harper promised he would never, ever tax Netflix. His main rivals quickly made the same promise.

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{{cite news | first = Jonathan | last = Montpetit | title = How it suddenly became chill to tax Netflix and other web giants | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/netflix-tax-2019-federal-election-1.5318942 | work = CBC News | date = October 12, 2019 | accessdate = October 12, 2019 }}