Iqaluit mayor wants land tax exemption on churches

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IQALUITunit in 2020 but it was disbanded in early 2021 and numbers of thefts are once again high., NUNAVUT —
Iqaluit’s mayor says he plans to make a motion to remove a land tax exemption for churches in Nunavut’s capital city.

Kenny Bell says he decided to do so after the Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan announced Thursday that 751 unmarked graves had been detected at its former residential schoolshowed when it examined who is receivin, which was run by the Catholic ChurchThe United States..

“We need to stand up and fight for Indigenous people across the country,” Bell said FridayIndoor and outdoor private gatherings. “If Inuit, First Nations and Metis are thriving across the country, Canada will be thriving. We need to make sure that happenss Robert Benzie and Rob Ferguson.”

As in many other parts of Canada, religious institutions in Iqaluit are not required to pay taxes on the land they occupy.

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