The Halifax Examiner has qualified for the Digital News Subscription Tax Credit, under section 118.02 of the Income Tax Act.

The tax credit allows individuals to claim up to $500 for subscriptions to qualified Canadian journalism organizations. See here for more details, and for the tax forms necessary to claim the credit.

The Examiner’s QCJO# is Q9427428.

Subscriptions from the years 2020 through 2024 are eligible. The tax credit applies to individuals (not companies or institutions), and only for subscriptions to the Halifax Examiner, as follows:

• Basic 10 (1 user)

• Basic Plus One (2 users)

• Basic 20 (1 user)

• Sustainer 25 (1 user)

• Basic Annual (1 user)

• Basic Plus One Annual (2 users)

• Low-income / student (1 user)

• Joint Halifax Examiner & Cape Breton Spectator (1 user) — but only the portion of the subscription that applies to the Examiner is eligible (that is, $10 out of each $15 monthly payment)

• Joint Halifax Examiner & Cape Breton Spectator annual (1 user) — but only the portion of the subscription that applies to the Examiner is eligible (that is, $100 out of each $150 annual payment)

• Founder contribution

Tim Bousquet

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