Bartering and Bitcoins: The Legality of Alternative Wage Payments

Trading services is as old as commerce itself, but in a modern economy such as Canada it has largely faded away with the rise of currencies, central governments and tax codes. That being said, while cliches of exchanging labour for a bed and a meal may no longer be commonplace, alternative payment models continue to exist. A simple example could include a pizzeria paying a cook with a large pepperoni thin crust in exchange for staying an hour late.

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