Pop taxes have exploded in popularity around the world, with 43 countries and several major cities in the United States imposing a tax on sugary drinks.
Newfoundland and Labrador’s 2021 budget proposes a 20¢ per litre tax on sugar-sweetened beverages beginning September 2022. This would be the first stand-alone soda tax in Canada. While Newfoundland and Labrador’s tax is presented as a public health measure, there is no evidence such a policy actually makes people healthier.
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