Gas tax arguments heat up

February 2013
Eastern Door;2/8/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p1
The article reports on the case that involves eleven gas retailers headed by Kahnawake Indians Wallace Stacy and Pearl-Ann Diome against the governments of Quebec and Canada. It outlines the details of the case in which its final argument has started at the Palais de Justice in Montreal. The retailers claim that the government's regulation should never apply to First Nation traders, merchants and other commercial enterprises.


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