What does this mean for BC investors?

A BC investor, with taxable income of more than $113,805 and who invests $1,000 in flow-through shares, would receive tax credits and tax savings totaling $757 - partially offset the following year by $139 in taxes payable on the tax credits, for a net benefit of 62% of the investment. The tax benefits will vary dependent on the investor's marginal tax rate and jurisdiction of taxation.


Do the math on the flow thru prices,(don't have them in front of me $13.??, and $12.??) - 62% gives you the net outlay for a B.C. resident with an income level as per the above...so net they are paying $6ish...far lower than even today's market and almost at the same level as the IPO, very little risk most would agree.