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CFIB ranks best & worst property tax gaps in Saskatchewan Cities

Martensville had lowest municipal property tax gap in 2014; Prince Albert the highest Regina, November 19, 2015– The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released its annual comparison of property tax gaps between Saskatchewan municipalities. The overall results for 2014 were mixed across the province. On average, commercial property owners paid 2.28 times the municipal property taxes of residential property owners.

CFIB’s 8th annual research report, Wanted: Property Tax Fairness in Saskatchewan examines municipal and total property tax gaps for 69 municipalities and 32 Rural Municipalities (RMs) with a population of 1,000 or more. The gap measures the ratio of commercial and residential property tax bills for properties assessed at $200,000.

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Martensville Has The Lowest Commerical/Residential Property Tax Gap - 3 Years Running

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released its annual comparison of property tax gaps between Saskatchewan's residential and commercial property owners.

The Good among Cities:

  • Martensville boasts the lowest municipal property tax gap of 1.56 (3rd year in a row)
  • Martensville has the lowest commercial municipal property tax bill of $2,799, 3rd year in a row

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