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Parking provided to employees may constitute a taxable benefit to the employee, requiring an inclusion on their Canadian income tax return. The taxable amount is the fair market value of the parking less any amount the employee pays for the space. If fair market value can’t be determined, such as parking in a mall, no taxable benefit results.


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