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Bribery and the Rule of Law

Posted By: TaxChambers LLP on February 25, 2019 at 10:19:38 in Articles , News

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Attorney General (and Minister of Justice) Jody Wilson-Raybould’s resignation following the government’s SNC-Lavalin debacle highlights how the “rule of law” applies to public prosecutions under inconvenient laws enacted by Parliament,...

Feb

The CRA is focussed on recovering lost revenue in the real estate market. In particular, it is targeting home sales in Vancouver and Toronto. On May 17, 2018, the Canada...

Jan

Uber wants its users, its drivers and particularly the Canada Revenue Agency (the “CRA”) to agree that it does not provide “rides” to its “customers”. Instead, Uber Canada Inc. (“UCI”)...

Jan

We are pleased to announce that TaxChambers LLP is once again recognized as a leading tax boutique in Canada for 2019-2020, by the Canadian Lawyer Magazine. TaxChambers LLP was first...

Dec

Ontario restaurant and bar owners are likely the latest target of the Canada Revenue Agency’s (the “CRA”) effort to audit unreported or under-reported income tax or GST/HST. The CRA requested...

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