Canada Revenue Agency

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Canada Revenue Agency

The tax collection agency for the Canadian government. It is responsible for collecting all federal taxes derived from sources other than tariffs and associated fees. It also collects income taxes on behalf of all provinces except Quebec and provincial corporate taxes except for Alberta and Quebec. The CRA is also responsible for collecting the goods and services tax, which is the Canadian VAT. See also: IRS, Notice of seizure.
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In a labour-intensive organization such as Revenue Canada, a central feature of the move to agency status was the establishment of a new, separate employer human resources regime designed to meet the requirements of its revenue collection functions and its employees.
2005 (April): Revenue Canada agent in Calgary threatens Catholic Bishop Fred Henry with removal of charitable status for the Church over the bishop's January pastoral letter against same-sex "marriage.
In 2000, Revenue Canada challenged the refreshed amount of this tax basis, and Terra established a reserve against the previously recorded tax asset.
Revenue Canada found that the volunteer was engaged to replace a paid clerical worker and there was a formal agreement for services.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) often surveys its membership of independent business owners to determine how good the service given to them by Revenue Canada is.
However, it appears that Revenue Canada has had difficulty accepting that this fundamental right applies to First Nations people.
Several hours before the announcement, Revenue Canada officials moved into the team's offices and froze the club's bank account.
Also, at some point you may have your books examined by the following government departments: Workers' Compensation; Revenue Canada Taxation (which will include audits of Canada Pension Plan contributions, income tax deductions at source, unemployment insurance payroll audits); Revenue Canada Customs and Excise (which will audit GST); and the provincial government (which will audit the PST).
Revenue canada has stated it generally does not require the reimbursed amount of the excess of the employee's cost over the net selling price of the old home to be included in income.
Note that the approval was based on an in-depth Financial Audit from Revenue Canada.
First you must obtain an application (Form T2201) from Revenue Canada.
OI President Roger Obonsawin sent out the memo that quotes a remark from a "protected" document sent from one Revenue Canada official to another in 1999 in preparation for a meeting with a Native party whose identity has been blacked out in the document.