Most people got out to bed this morning to a few April Fools jokes . . . a la, sugar in the salt shaker, clock set ahead, etc.
However, most everyone would never had thought the B.C. Government would ever get rid of the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) on April Fools Day.
But that’s just what happened as Provincial Sales Tax (PST) returned to B.C. Monday.
The brought back from the dead, PST replaced the HST, which was introduced on July 1, 2010 and rejected less than two years later by voters in a referendum.