Ontario farmers seek tax relief as land values rise

Brenda Bouw, The Globe and Mail
March 12, 2018
By Brenda Bouw, The Globe and Mail
Farmland in the province is taxed at a ratio of between zero to 25 per cent of the residential rate – but some of the increases set to kick in are steep. The OFA gives the example of a 100-acre farm with a house on it in Middlesex County: the owner paid $1,045 in tax in 2016 but will see the bill rise to $1,570 in 2020. | READ MORE

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