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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8% a year ago, when tax expense included a charge of $122 million related to litigation with the Canadian Revenue Agency.
In 2012 the Harper government gave the Canadian Revenue Agency more than $13 million to audit the political activities of key charities which have been critical of government policies.
Compliance is essential: issues with the Canadian Revenue Agency or others can freeze your accounts and destroy your business.
The Canadian Revenue Agency last week shuttered its website over concerns about the Heartbleed bug.
19-year-old Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes from London, Ontario was accused of hacking into the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA)'s website last Friday by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes has been held responsible for the Heartbleed-assisted breach at the Canadian Revenue Agency, which compromised the personal data of more than 900 citizens, after five days of investigation.
In addition, he serves on the Large Business Advisory Committee for the Canadian Revenue Agency.
A MENNONITE MAGAZINE has gone public with a letter from the Canadian Revenue Agency, which "reminded" the publication not to print articles that may be construed as partisan.
The Canadian Revenue agency tried to reassess the company for circa C$50m in unpaid taxes but lost its case.
Income Tax Treaty with Canada and the Canadian Revenue Agency should all be consulted if you are planning to do business in Canada.
The Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced a tender inviting bids for the supply of tobacco tax stamps which incorporate a number of authentication features, both overt and covert.
Ottawa -- In March 2004, Janet Epp Buckingham, legal counsel for the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, and Jennifer Leddy, lawyer and director of COLF (Catholic Organization for Life and Family) for the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, were invited to a meeting with the Canadian Revenue Agency.

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