Canada's gaming industry contributed about $2.3 billion into the country's gross domestic product last year. That's according to a report commissioned by the Entertainment Software Association of Canada.
Whilst not the same, I've been buying most games digitally, as the PSN does not charge tax. Go to the store and buy a game for $59.95 + the 13% harmonized tax here OR Go to the store and buy 3x$20 PSN cards and pay no tax. Sure, you can't sell the used copy, but you still save $7.75 off the hop!
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