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The government will share the presale data it collects with the Canada Revenue Agency to monitor taxes

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The court ordered $750,000 in punitive damages against the tax agency, saying that the charges never should have been brought

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The federal government is considering legislation that would give foreign authorities some access to Canadians’ confidential information

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The government will be investing money to improve the fairness and integrity of the tax system as well as introduce new rules

  • By: Pablo Fuchs
  • February 27, 2018 February 27, 2018
  • 17:37
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The agency “fully supports” the recent recommendations from the Offshore Compliance Advisory Committee

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Police assisted in the operation that unfolded in three provinces

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Two Quebec men enabled taxpayers to evade or try to evade $3.2 in federal income tax

Ottawa urged to step up fight against tax cheats

Taxpayers who believe they are offside the rules would do well to consider whether it makes sense to make use of the program before the new rules come into effect

The CRA wants to see account records associated with Bank Hapoalim to determine whether Canadians are hiding income or assets.

Court rules in favour of labour-sponsored venture fund against fund manager

Investors’ funds diverted for personal use