Cap Excise Tax on Alcohol

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In response to news that the Liberal Government intended to raise the excise tax on alcohol products to 4.7%, which would have taken effect on April 1st, I introduced motion M-114 in the House of Commons, calling on the government to cap the excise tax at 2% - the Bank of Canada's target inflation rate.

On March 1st, I wrote to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, urging the government to change course and cap the excise tax at 2%.

On March 9th, news media reported the government saw the good sense in my proposal, and capped it at 2% until 2026.

Add your name to tell this government, and future governments, to support Canada's vintners, brewers, and distillers, by reducing the undue burden placed on them through excessive excise taxation.


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