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Hotel Association of Canada calls for tax fairness with short-term rental operations

News | JESSE CNOCKAERT
Published: Tuesday, 09/04/2018 5:23 pm EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 09/05/2018 4:31 pm EDT
Second from left: Susie Grynol, president of the Hotel Association of Canada (HAC), met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, last year for a lobby day on Parliament Hill. HAC will be back on the Hill Oct. 2 for another lobby day, and one item for discussion will be developing a regulatory framework for the short-term rental industry. (Photo courtesy of the Hotel Association of Canada)

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